5. San Diego, California
Another California city that is probably going to be underwater sooner or later is San Diego. This city is warm, fun, and lovely, and its beauty attracts thousands of tourists each year.
Known for the annual Comic-Con that takes place in San Diego, this event might need to find a new host if Mother Nature decides to release all her powers and sink the city.
Speaking of that, scientists say that tides are more likely to rise from 1 to 4 feet by 2050, and when that happens, the streets that are close to the water will actually be under it. And what’s going to happen with all those beautiful sandy beaches? Well, they’ll be underwater too.
3 thoughts on “WARNING: These 6 US Cities Might Be Underwater by 2050”
Nothing lasts forever
maybe sooner..just think, no more drought
This one is at least believable, seeing as though the entire city is below sea level, with the Gulf waters being held back by the levees. Sure, those levees could break again, though they’re under control of the Army COE.