This year’s El Niño—its so-called “Godzilla” strength only matched by the media frenzy around it—has the potential to bring above-average rainfall to the Bay Area this winter. “It’s possible that we could see the strongest El Niño ever observed,” said Daniel Swain, a climatologist at Stanford University. These wet-weather events . . .

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