Why so Much Rain Could Mean a Terrible Fire Season in California
And how California can use the moisture to its advantage
Yesterday a unique (for California) weather pattern pummeled the California coast, called the “Fujiwhara effect.” Essentially, this is two smaller weather circulations, each with an inner eye similar to that of a hurricane, merging into one. You can see a radar image by clicking the tweet below.
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