California storms boost water allocation for cities
Nine atmospheric rivers dumped an estimated 32 trillion gallons of water on the state in three weeks. It was enough to increase water storage in the state's two largest reservoirs by a combined 66%. More water could be on the way. As of Tuesday, California had more than twice as much snow in the mountains compared to hits historical average.
Published 4 months ago · Sacramento, United States
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California winter storms boost water allocations for cities
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Weeks of historic rainfall in California won't be enough to end a severe drought, but it will provide public water agencies serving 27 million people with much more water than the suppliers had been told to expect a month ago, state officials announced Thursday.
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