California’s Cyclones


NASA Earth Observatory

In the past three weeks, in just San Fransisco, they had a total of 17 inches of rain from December 26 to January 15. This is about 6 inches more than average.

Troy S., Writer

Last Sunday, the bay area of California was hit by an immense amount of rain along with destructive winds. Up in northern California, citizens experienced flooding up to about 20 feet. Countless trees have fallen and homes left devastated and almost twenty people were killed. As of right now, the second cyclone is pounding on the northern coastal area of California. Winds are reaching up to 20 miles per hour, which is almost two times the average speed in coastal areas. Is this really the final cyclone bomb?