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Snowpack slips below 50%, according to LADWP

The snowpack in California provides water for about one-third of the state’s people and farms. This year, that source has remained less than half of normal for this time of year. State reservoirs do still hold quite a bit of water which will help supplement that serious lack of snow in the Sierra. Director of […]

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Snowpack dwindles

The State Department of Water Resources recently conducted this winter’s third snow survey. Surveyors have now been quoted as saying that water content in the mountain snowpack is “well below normal for the date.” This according to the DWR website. According to surveyors, the snowpack in all parts of California has not lost much water […]

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Snowpack still grim

A little better snow news this week but only a little better. The State Department of Water Resources has taken another look at snow around California and locally the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power conducted another survey following the most significant storm. Here’s the story – The State says it’s shaping up to […]

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