A couple take photos of a rain-swollen Los Angeles River near Atwater Village, in Los Angeles. (Ringo Chiu / For The Times)
A couple take photos of a rain-swollen Los Angeles River near Atwater Village, in Los Angeles. (Ringo Chiu / For The Times)

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Alex Hall for Los Angeles Times — How California’s storms are projected to become more extreme with climate change

“Definitely climate change has made every single weather event different from how it used to be, a little bit,” said UCLA climate scientist Alex Hall for LA Times.

“Wherever there is precipitation, it’s probably getting juiced a little bit by the air being warmer and holding more moisture,” Hall said. “And as the climate continues to warm and as warming probably accelerates, the signal will become larger.”