A steady conveyor belt of El Niño storms is what has officials concerned

In Oxnard they are getting wet; in Anaheim they’re soaked.

El Nino’s making people (who aren’t forecasters) provoked.

Chula Vista braces for a mudslide or a flood;

in Glendale suntan lotion sales collapse with mighty thud.

The jet stream’s moisturizing all the atmosphere above,

and Californians do not like its soggy cloudy shove. 

So if you’re in Pomona or exploring San Diego,

be prepared for mud that is as thick as bottled Prego.

It’s either drought or surplus when you live in Chula Vista,

and, like Dorothy, they may take a trip by way of twista.

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