It may be sunny and dry, but you need to ready for the rain. KESQ Chief Meteorologist Haley Clawson is helping you stay ahead of the storm and looks into how Southern California Edison keeps track of the weather.
So far this year, we've only had a taste of El Niño, but the worst could be yet to come. And when it hits, the Coachella Valley will be especially vulnerable. to something you might not think about: landslides.
The California drought continues, even with several El Niño-driven storms already hitting the state this winter season. It's predicted that the storms will continue through late spring, but it's still too early to tell if the storms will have a dramatic impact on California's water crisis.
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