Season record drought and heat ends; what’s next?

Tribune: My family and I hiked to Valencia Peak in Montaña de Oro State Park last week. Three consecutive years of drought has taken its toll. The poison oak leaves have already turned to hues of orange and red. Portions of the trail were covered with thick dust resembling talcum powder that rose with each step we took. I kept thinking to myself, it's only June. Even though summer began Saturday as the sun reached its highest point in the Northern Hemisphere sky, the warmest months in San Luis Obispo......

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