Throughout the Andes, there is becoming no water ... today. Snow-capped peaks no longer, all their snowfields are gone. Seasonal variations are off and crops can't be grown anymore not even potatoes, fields for animals dry with no water for them to drink.
It's global warming altering jetstreams when an entire mountain range stops getting water from the Atlantic.
This is also happening in the Himalaya, it's just taking longer to melt away, farmers there are freezing water for use from the lack of spring meltwater no longer flowing because the glaciers have retreated to higher altitudes and don't melt as early in artificial "glaciers" and "stupas" both allowing cold fall air to freeze water for spring.
California will follow this pattern it seems with a permanent drought from The Blob which likely will never go away now.
Americans will be the last to do something wise, most were dreaming a single El Niño would fix it ... nope, next dream or will reality force them to redo their water-rights?
Not likely, they are drilling for the bottom of aquifer water to grow high water-use crops for profit as we watch them ignore what they need to do for money & politics creating a far larger disaster when it hits the fan, already the state is depopulating, keep an eye on that form of "becoming less livable".
"A climate journey - The Andes: The farmers' struggle "; 2:53; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mycMbtdL1HA
"Artificial Glaciers in the Himalayas | Global 3000 "; 3:39; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_sS4bto9pMA