How ‘hydrological whiplash’ brought ‘deadly storms’ to rain-drenched California: climate scientists

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Many scientists have been warning that as climate change advances, severe flooding will become more common. And California, from the San Francisco Bay Area to the Hollywood Hills to Santa Barbara, has suffered more than its share of flooding in 2023. California has 58 counties altogether, and President Joe Biden has approved emergency declarations for 41 of them. In fact, the torrential rain that has been battering California in 2023 is among the worst in the state’s history, according to Guardian reporters Dani Anguiano and Gabrielle Canon. “As more dangerous storms bear down on California, t…

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