Feds Forecast Short-Lived La Niña For November, Drier Weather LikelyFederal forecasters see a weak and short-lived La Niña coming, probably next month.
No Niña: Pacific Returns To Normal After Strong El Niño WinterCalifornians have been bracing for a dry La Niña winter, but instead the forecast is starting to sound more like a line from Goldilocks: Not too hot, not too cold, just right.
El Niño Gone, But Ocean Temps Still Breaking RecordsThe latest study by climate scientists finds even though El Nino is gone ocean temperatures are still warmer than usual with continuing coastal sea rise worldwide.
California's Drought Deficit Will Take Years To Fill, UCLA Study FindsWe just had our wettest winter in five years, but a new report by UCLA researchers finds it will take another four years like this one to make up for the water deficit we built up during the drought.
El Niño Leaves California High And DryOn the first day of summer, California's historic drought is far from over despite what had promised to be a wet, El Niño winter.
Scientists Declare Earth's Super-Sized El Niño OverFederal meteorologists proclaimed the end of the super-sized El Niño Thursday with much of Southern and Central California still in the midst of exceptional drought conditions.
Red Crabs Pile Up On Monterey Bay BeachesBy the thousands, red crabs are piling up on the shore at Del Monte Beach – the victims of the El Nino warmed waters.
California Returns Water Conservation Goals To Local ControlStarting next month, hundreds of local water districts will set their own conservation goals after a wet winter eased the five-year drought in some parts of the state.
California Looks At Easing Drought Cuts After El Niño WinterCalifornia will consider lifting a mandatory statewide water conservation order for cities and towns after a rainy, snowy winter eased the state's five-year drought, water officials said Monday.
Officials Pump Millions Of Salmon Fingerlings Into Sacramento RiverFor the first time in two years, the federal government is using a special quarter-mile-long pipe to release millions of baby Chinook salmon from a hatchery directly into the El Nino-swollen Sacramento River.
El Niño Weakens, Here Comes La Niña, Meteorologists SayIn the midst of an epic El Niño, federal meteorologists say its flip side, La Niña, is around the corner.
Millions Of Chinook Salmon Released Into Northern California WaterwaysFor the first time in years there's enough water in Northern California rivers to safely release salmon, and it's all thanks to El Nino.