california could be hit by deadly megafloods that leave homes under 30 feet of water before the end of the century, study warns

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Daniel Swain in The Verge: Today’s floods in California may be a preview of a more extreme future

Daniel Swain, a UCLA climate scientist, discusses the atmospheric river that has drenched Northern California,

“A storm in northern California dumped so much water on the region that roads turned into moats, isolating two California towns. It’s the kind of storm that experts project might become more extreme as climate change continues — which could mean a future of even worse flooding for California.”