Did you see?
The rainy season is off to its wettest start in 40 years in the northern Sierra Nevada,
a critical area for state water supplies. "However, the strong start doesn't guarantee an end to the drought, or even meaningful relief," the Sacramento Bee reported this week. "Already, there are signs of a slowdown: Despite the wet Thanksgiving weekend, November has been relatively dry, with the Sacramento area getting only about half the normal rainfall."
Click here to read more.