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A letter from the editor
February 6, 2024

El Niño to have little effect on City College students

El Niño to have little effect on City College students

El Niño storms have finally started soaking drought-parches California with rain. El Niño will bring greater than average rainfall this winter according to forecasters at the National Weather Service.

It is now the beginning of February and there is much more rain in Sacramento than in the previous drought–stricken years. City College students have felt the rainfall and have their own opinions about El Niño’s effect on them.

“It’s caused by climate change, so, I guess it’s just a result of that. I don’t have particular feelings,” said Therese Dill.

“I know that we need it,” said Jessica Johnson.
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“Definitely more than last year, but probably less than what we regularly need,” said Jason Southerland.

City College professor Craig Davis, who teaches geography, thinks of El Niño in terms of how it will affect the state water projects, overall snowpack, and drought. Davis also gave thought to the effect it will have on students.

“It’s probably going to make it a pain in the ass for [students] to get here on most days when it’s raining real bad, but I don’t think it will affect a whole lot in their daily lives,” Davis said.

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