ZeroHedge - On a long enough timeline, the survival rate for everyone drops to zero
Be advised if you live out that way, or are looking to move.
And that map is current. I have that site on my bookmarks going back years.
From other reporting I have read and heard (to include scientists from the JPL), CA was going through an unusually wet period from the early 1900s to about the 2000s.
IIRC, Lewis and Clark when they reached the Pacific, they called the region The Great American Desert.
Access to fresh water is paramount to survival.