Tuesday Top of the Scroll: California’s atmospheric river storms ranked as a billion-dollar disaster by NOAA
So far, in 2023, seven different weather and climate-related disasters have cost the United States at least $1 billion. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration data dating back to 1980, that is the second-highest number of events on record for the first four months of a year. One of those billion-dollar disasters is the flooding caused by the many atmospheric river storms that made landfall over California.
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