Last Year's El Niño Caused Uprecedented Beach Erosion Along West Coast, Study SaysLast year's El Niño didn’t bring pounding rain to Southern California, but it did deliver strong waves that battered beaches.
Brown Orders Water-Saving Practices To Continue Even After Rainy WinterGov. Jerry Brown wants water conservation to become a way of life in California, even as water officials consider easing strict saving measures after a rainy winter in parts of the state.
El Niño’s Impact In Southern California Is Far From Over, Meteorologists SayThough many believe El Niño was a dud here in the Southland, meteorologists say its impact is far from over.
El Niño-Pumped Snowpack Won't End DroughtAn El Niño weather system has delivered considerably more wet weather this year — mostly in Northern California — but not enough to end the drought
El Niño Has Left Much Of Drought-Stricken California In DustEl Niño has so far left much of drought-stricken California in the dust, delivering a few quick storms but not yet bringing the legendary rain previously linked to the periodic ocean-warming phenomenon.
NASA Scientist Says El Niño May Still Bring RainDon't lose hope just yet. A climatologist says there's a high potential for rain in March and April.
Wetter-Than-Normal Conditions Possible Over Next 3 Months Due To El NiñoWetter-than-normal conditions are possible over the next three months, it was reported Thursday.
FEMA: Californians Buy Record Number Of Flood Policies To Prepare For El NiñoFederal emergency officials reported Tuesday a surge in the number of California residents who have purchased flood insurance, most likely in response to a rainy El Niño winter.
Unusually Warm Ocean Water Is Literally Making Sea Lions SickThe animals are having trouble finding food up and down the coast.
Drones Giving Conservationists Clearer Picture Of SoCal's Changing Coastline Due To El NinoNew laws are limiting where drones can fly but conservationists want them to be flying above the beach in order to document the coastline.
El Nino Storms, High Tides Cause Massive Coastal Erosion In O.C.Stormy weather and high tides have caused massive coastal erosion in Orange County.
What Happened To El Niño?The National Weather Service says El Niño is taking a break.