Is the Wild Weekend Weather a Predictor of Things to Come?

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Any rain in Southern California in the driest month of the year is likely to make history.  Sure enough, the third-of-an inch that fell Saturday in downtown LA broke the quarter-inch record set in July of 1886. But the real stories are flooding, mud slides and debris flows -- and beaches closed by lightening. Josh Willis is a climate scientist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.  




Warren Olney