Paul Duginski is a graphics and data visualization journalist. He joined the Los Angeles Times in 1996. A native of Minnesota, he has a bachelor’s degree in English from Moorhead State University.
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If La Niña persists, it may be only the third ‘triple-dip’ since 1950.
Se prevé una ola de calor en California la próxima semana tras un fin de semana fresco y nublado.
A heat wave is forecast for California next week after a cool and cloudy weekend.
With a third year of drought, Southern California is facing a hot, dry summer.
Severe drought, gusty winds and sloping topography were a devastating combination for this seaside housing development in Laguna Niguel.
May gray and June gloom are natural heat shields for Southern California. Researchers say their days may be numbered due to climate change.
Se esperaba que La Niña se disipara, pero es posible que persista durante el verano. Esto es una mala noticia para la sequía y los incendios forestales en California.
La Niña was expected to dissipate, but it may linger through the summer. That’s bad news for drought and wildfire-prone California.
Santa Ana winds and possible record heat this week will flip to cool with a chance of showers by early next week, forecasters say.
This week’s storm only moved L.A.’s January-to-March period from the second-driest winter on record to the seventh-driest.