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El Niño Update from the City of Imperial Beach

Feb 01, 2016 07:24AM ● Published by Paul Spear

El Niño Update from the City of Imperial Beach. El Niño conditions will continue through winter before dissipating in late spring or early summer.

El Niño Update
We hope that everyone has survived the recent storms with no or few problems. El Nino conditions with significant rain and stormy periods will continue all winter and through March. Seasonal rainfall is projected to be up to 150 to 200% higher this year, so plan accordingly. Clean all rain gutters and provide a method for run-off to move through your property with minimal damage. The storms are going to cause higher than normal sea levels, so if this could affect you or your property, please pay special attention and act accordingly. Report any conditions the city may be able to provide a remedy by calling our Public Works Department at (619) 423-8311.

El Niño conditions will continue through winter before dissipating in late spring or early summer.
  • Significant rainfall and periods of frequent storminess is expected through March.
  • Higher-than-normal sea levels along our coast will increase the threat for coastal flooding this winter.
  • Seasonal rainfall is projected to be up to 150 to 200% of normal across all of Southern California.
  • Near to slightly above-average temperatures along the immediate coast due to warm ocean water.
  • Near-average temperatures inland... except below-average during periods of stormy weather.

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