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El Niño

Weather experts predict that strong El Niño conditions exist and these conditions will influence southern California's winter storm patterns. Long Beach should be prepared for frequent and powerful storms from December through March. The City of Long Beach Winter Storm Team is reviewing and updating our response plans. On this page we have assembled information and resources to assist you in developing your plans for what to do before, during and after these winter storms.


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