Despite being in the midst of a significant four-year drought here in California, there are some are predicting a super storm in the next few years based on historical evidence and frequency of massive storms. What would happen if the state was hit with a massive storm?
In this interactive map on the Aquarium of the Pacific website, you can see the potential flood zones along the coast of California. According to the Pacific Institute of California, these areas are at risk of flooding if an extreme storm were to hit the coast. The area in blue is the area at risk today and the area in pink is the area at risk if sea level rises five feet or more.
[via Aquarium of the Pacific]