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Last year, it was forecasted that El Niño, a huge tropical, rainy storm, would come to California and pass through Redlands. Many people prepared for nothing, however, as it seems that El Niño came this year instead. El Niño occurs about every seven years and brings extremely rainy, cold, wet, snowy weather. Apparently, America is experiencing a true El Niño now. Cope is definitely seeing this weather as we now have huge puddles and lakes throughout our school. Attached are some pictures of what students and staff here are going through on a regular, rainy school day. Remember, no boating, swimming, splashing, or trespassing on these rare Cope Lakes!

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