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Concrete barriers are set against flood debris in Glendora on Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2016.
Concrete barriers are set against flood debris in Glendora on Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2016.
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Remember back in the fall when we were planning for the mother of all rainy winters?

Phones were ringing off the hooks at roofing companies and everybody was researching the best pair of rubber boots... but things didn't go as expected. This February was one of the hottest on record and we didn't get the great Southern California deluge most predicted, but up north, the snow pack is thick and the reservoirs are filling back up.

So, what can we expect going forward?

Brian Kahn is a Senior Science Writer at Climate Central and he joins A Martinez to talk about our warm future.



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