El Niño, man... El Niño!
People haven't been taking this seriously, but I'm sure this update will wake them up.
According to a report from CNN, the rising ocean temperatures have driven some poisonous sea snakes into uncharted waters.
For those wondering exactly where those "uncharted waters" are, the snakes have been spotted in Oxnard and more notably, in Malibu, California.
According to Heal the Bay, this is the first appearance of the venomous snake in California since 1980, which took place during another El Niño storm season.
The snakes are normally found in Baja California and Central America where the weather is more tropical, but El Nino has switched things up a bit.
According to reports, this may not be a one time occurrence, as Cali residents could see more snakes pop on shore more often in the upcoming months.
May be best to stay out of the water until this gets settled.