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We’re all looking and wanting anything that looks like a “normal” rain season but that may not be in the cards for us over the next several months.

As our drought continues it looks like we’ll have two key factors that will play into our Bay Area rain season. The first one is La Niña, which tends to set off extremes in Bay Area weather. The second is known as “precipitation whiplash” and that’s related to climate change which can also set off weather extremes.

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