California braces for a dry ‘La Niña’ next fall

California hoped the El Niño weather phenomenon would bring much-needed rain and snow to the parched state. In the midst of a four-year drought, Californian officials, businesses and residents have been anxiously awaiting a wet and soggy winter. Weather predictions have raised new fears. La Niña, the drier version of El Niño, is expected next fall and with it, the possibility of drier weather patterns.

Read more here: Dry La Niña might follow soggy El Niño

It’s raining in California, but will it be enough?

El Nino is finally bringing rain to California. The weather phenomenon has brought rainfall to much of the state and snow to the Sierra Mountains. Will it be enough to alleviate the state’s four-year drought?State officials are scrambling to develop resources to preserve the rainwater and bring an end to the state’s water crisis.

Read more here: California Is Finally Getting Rain. Now if It Could Just Hold on to It