What La Niña Means for Fall in California

We’ve been stuck with La Niña for a long time – and, according to the latest National Weather Service outlook, we’re not getting rid of her just yet. There’s an 80% probability La Niña conditions persist between September and November, which will have an impact on fall weather in California.

La Niña usually splits California into two halves: bringing wetter conditions to the northern part of the state and drier conditions to the south.