California, located on the west coast of the United States, has been prone to earthquakes, droughts, and abundant wildfires every year for generations. But several scientists have warned in recent days that a big storm is coming that could unleash a devastating flood, as happened in 1862.
160 years ago, 30 consecutive days of rain triggered a monster flood that swept across much of the state and changed the course of the Los Angeles River, moving its mouth from Venice to Long Beach.
According to new scientific research, the storm is very likely to originate . . .