California drought granted fleeting respite with spate of storms

Guardian: A series of storms has drenched California and even heavier rains are expected this weekend, promising a fleeting respite from the state’s devastating drought. Bay area mountains were expected to receive 152mm (six inches) of rain and the northern sierras two feet of snow, a welcome deluge after the driest winter on record. A ridge of high pressure that has hovered over the west coast for months, blocking normal weather patterns, eased and allowed a weather system to break through, dumping......

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