Alex Tardy

warning coordination meteorologist with the National Weather Service in San Diego

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Meteorologist with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in San Diego

Alex Tardy on KCRW

Gray, dreary weather continues to dampen the mood of usually sunny SoCal. El Niño has returned. And fires in Canada are still burning out of control.

LA’s love-hate relationship with June Gloom

Gray, dreary weather continues to dampen the mood of usually sunny SoCal. El Niño has returned. And fires in Canada are still burning out of control.

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The December storms weren’t enough to get Southern California out of the drought, and February has almost no rain in the forecast.

With hardly any rain expected in February, what’s the status of CA drought?

The December storms weren’t enough to get Southern California out of the drought, and February has almost no rain in the forecast.

from Greater LA

Southern California experienced one of its biggest storms of the season today. But it’s not enough to alleviate the severe drought facing the state.

To alleviate drought, CA needs up to 10 more storms like today

Southern California experienced one of its biggest storms of the season today. But it’s not enough to alleviate the severe drought facing the state.

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