California Drought

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Re: California Drought

Postby ergot » Mon Jan 02, 2023 6:08 pm

Climate Change-Fueled WATER WARS Are Already Here
These two predict a civil war over water. I think that's a little far-fetched, but there could be court cases and some political battles.
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Re: California Drought

Postby wildbill » Thu Jan 05, 2023 6:03 am

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Whether you call it an atmospheric river or a bomb cyclone, there's a lot of water falling on California, especially along the coast and the flooding in the San Francisco area is something atrocious!
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Re: California Drought

Postby rainbow » Mon Jan 09, 2023 6:29 am

California flooding: Officials preparing for more storms
Rivers overflowing, streets flooding, and houses damaged. All that and they say we're still not out of the drought.
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Re: California Drought

Postby recluse » Sun Jan 15, 2023 7:14 pm

California facing tenth storm system since Christmas
All these storms has got to be putting a dent in the drought although I hear that reservoirs are still not full.
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Re: California Drought

Postby cloud » Fri Mar 03, 2023 6:21 am

How California's snowpack is measured
Snowpack provides 30% of the state's water supply. The Central Sierra Snow Lab is part of a network of locations that use a tube to measure how deep the snowpack is, and as a result, reveal how much water is stored in the snowpack.
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Re: California Drought

Postby panamint_patty » Sun Mar 05, 2023 6:51 am

Looks like there's plenty of snow up in Kennedy Meadows! Someone told me that most of the residents up there have been snowed in for over a week!
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