Drought, Flood, Repeat

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A new study shows California weather is set to get even wilder, with more extreme droughts and floods in the state's future.

UCLA climate scientists project wetter wets and drier dries as climate change increases California's "weather whiplash."

Lead author of the study, Daniel Swain said, "I can definitely attest to being unnerved by some of our findings."

Increasingly extreme weather events could lead to $1 trillion catastrophes.