- The two-week cold outbreak in the northeastern U.S. and southeastern Canada was highly unusual in the current climate; however, it is not unprecedented.
- Cold waves like this have decreased in intensity and frequency over the last century, but still occur.
- Temperatures like these are now about fifteen times rarer. This is equivalent to cold waves being about 4ºF (2ºC) warmer than they used to be.
Apr 6, 2018 | Natural Hazards
Synoptic conditions associated with cool season post-fire debris flows in the Transverse Ranges of southern California
Jan 23, 2018 | E&E News
Are more deadly mudslides inevitable? Experts say yes
Jan 16, 2018 | The Weather Channel
Southern California Mudslide Update: Major Coastal Highway Remains Closed; Missing Man Found
Jan 12, 2018 | LA Times
Urgent alerts about deadly mudslides came too late for Montecito victims