Experts believe this winter (mostly December through February), California and the Southern half of the United States will experience one of the most severe storm seasons on record due to El Niño.
El Niño is characterized by unusually warm ocean temperatures in the Equatorial Pacific. The effects of an El Niño storm front can be excessive rain, flooding, mudslides, and wind damage.
View the infographic to learn more about El Niño, the effects it can have in the United States, stats from the last major El Niño event and what you can do to protect your property.
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