6 months worth of rain in California in less than a week.
2" / hour rains in California, causing landslides,
Landslides are likely because of huge wild fires,
Huge wild fires are common because of droughts,
Droughts are happening because the snow pack is shrinking,
Snow packs are shrinking because of lots of heat: both in the summer AND because it is warm enough to rain in the winter *instead* of snowing...
you talk of droughts during a monsoon?
huge wildfires were last year and year before. not this year.
wildfires are a natural thing. ground cover grows back. ground cover holding topsoil recovers within a year. heavy rain will cause landslides regardless.
fyi, it doesn't snow in most areas of california. where it does snow, they're getting record snowfall. case in point: http://www.mammothmountain.com/MyMammoth/
don't try to pin any particular weather pattern on global climate change. it's retarded.