Broken levees, overflowing rivers and wild flash flooding. As California teeter-totters from drought to floods, this gallery illustrates the watery side of California's changes on the climate front. Atmospheric rivers and bomb cyclones bring some of the most intense flooding the state has ever seen. Towns and roadways flood and dams reach beyond their capacity. Across dozens of counties, it's all part of the new normal as California experiences more extreme weather. This is an ever-expanding gallery that casts a view into what it looks like when we ebb and flow from drought to actually having too much water. running out of water actually looks like.