DROUGHT OVER IN NORTH; SOUTH STILL NEEDS WATER

The U.S. Drought Monitor says that another week of powerful storms has significantly eased the state’s water shortage. Nearly all of Northern California has been classified as out of drought conditions.   Much of Southern California, however, remains in Moderate to Severe Drought conditions.  However, with some traditionally wet days to come, officials are feeling good that the state pulls out of the drought. Click here to check out the state map.

Northern California has been hit so hard, many rivers are nearing flood stage and officials have opened the Delta weirs in Sacramento two times.

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