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    The naturally recurring phenomenon known as El Niño happens every 3 to 7 years, but no one knows exactly why it occurs, according to NASA's NOAA. While its effects have tapered in California in February, there is still hope that it will help bring more rain to the state this season.

The naturally recurring phenomenon known as El Niño happens every 3 to 7 years, but no one knows exactly why it occurs, according to NASA's NOAA. While its effects have tapered in California in February, there is still hope that it will help bring more rain to the state this season.
The naturally recurring phenomenon known as El Niño happens every 3 to 7 years, but no one knows exactly why it occurs, according to NASA's NOAA. While its effects have tapered in California in February, there is still hope that it will help bring more rain to the state this season.

Dry February drops snowpack below normal, drought pushing toward fifth year

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