California Snowpack At Highest Point in Five Years

Nature World News: California's Sierra Nevada snowpack has reached its highest point in five years, confirmed state water officials recently. The officials from the Department of Water Resources also said that major reservoirs' storage has increased significantly since January 1, according to the DWR release. The snowpack statewide has reached a point that is 114 percent of normal for this period of the year. That number reflects the amount of water contained in the snow, as a report on the public radio station......

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