A study that looked at two-decades worth of rainfall data has found that the majority of California’s rain arrives due to atmospheric rivers. hourly precipitation measurements has found that the majority of California’s rain arrives due to atmospheric rivers.
Starting around the beginning of November and lasting through March, a dense ground fog settles on California’s Central Valley each year. What is Tule Fog? Named after the tule grass wetlands (tulles) found in the area, the Tule Fog is a radiation fog caused by the combination of a high relative humidity (typically after a heavy […]
The European Space Agency has posted high resolution imagery of the northern California fires. A high number of fires are burning in the Big Sur and other areas in California: More than 1000 wildfires have been burning in the area for over a week. Most of the fires were started […]