Some drought relief in California

The average snowpack across California hit 173% above average Thursday thanks to eagerly awaited drought relief from several strong storms, according to a report from state water monitors. The news is welcome relief for officials in a state that has spent the last five years combatting the effects of an intense drought. Drought stretched across…

via There’s So Much Snow in California That It’s Helping the Drought — TIME

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