Wettest recorded year in history of National Weather Service

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    In its 124 year history, the last 12 months are the wettest recorded year in history of National Weather Service.

    This is after 2018 was already declared the 3ed wettest year on that record.

     
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    Probably make Cali wash away into the sea in a giant ash mud slide.

    Cali is a desert. I know, I lived there when it was actually greener.
     
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    NorCal got a crapton of water this year. And I do believe this is the first time in like forever that the entire state is out of "drought" status.

    https://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-rain-california-drought-conditions-20190314-story.html

    http://www.startribune.com/california-snowpack-202-of-average-for-this-time-of-year/510732822/
     
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    It’s certainly felt like it, especially in the winter. It was warmer as well, we basically had a snow drought in the northeast.
     

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