California's rainy season starting nearly a month later than it did 60 years ago

California's rainy season starting nearly a month later than it did 60 years ago

California's rainy season starting nearly a month later than it did 60 years ago

The start of California’s annual rainy season has been pushed back from November to December, prolonging the state’s increasingly destructive wildfire season by nearly a month, according to new research. The study cannot confirm the shift is connected to climate change, but the results are consistent with climate models that predict drier autumns for California in a warming climate, according to the authors.
California's rainy season starting nearly a month later than it did 60 years ago