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How can Southern California be so dry while storms soak Northern California

How can Southern California be so dry while storms soak Northern California

February 9, 2015 at 8:06 pm Comments are Disabled

Lots of issues divide Southern and Northern California: The Dodgers vs. the Giants. Hollywood vs. Silicon Valley. Southern Californians say “the” before naming a freeway; northerners don’t. Now, after this past weekend’s soaking storms, there’s a new difference emerging: the drought. As the state faces a possible fourth year ofRead More

Winter storm could bring snow to Southern California mountains, deserts

Winter storm could bring snow to Southern California mountains, deserts

December 30, 2014 at 9:18 am Comments are Disabled

What is being predicted as the coldest storm so far this winter season is headed directly for the Southland on Tuesday, threatening snowfall and hazardous travel conditions in the Antelope Valley, high desert regions of San Bernardino County and at low elevations in the San Gabriel and San Bernardino NationalRead More

Storm delivers impressive rain totals to drought-stricken Bay Area

Storm delivers impressive rain totals to drought-stricken Bay Area

December 12, 2014 at 11:48 am Comments are Disabled

The major storm that pounded the Bay Area on Thursday delivered some impressive rainfall totals, allowing some cities to record the wettest December in more than a decade. And more rain was expected Friday and next week, though it’s not expected to rival Thursday’s storm. Thursday’s deluge served up someRead More