Waters off the Marin coast are particularly cold this year, and scientists say it’s thanks to the third consecutive year of La Niña—a process that causes periodic cooling of ocean surface temperatures in the central and east-central equatorial Pacific. Earlier this month, the Bay Area’s National Weather Service recorded the coldest surface water temperature off . . .

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