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U.S. Bureau of Reclamation warned California cities, industrial users to prepare for fourth dry year
11/29/2022 2:14:09 AM


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Alameda County, CA
Butte County, CA
Fresno County, CA
Kern County, CA
Kings County, CA
Los Angeles County, CA
Napa County, CA
Orange County, CA
Plumas County, CA
Riverside County, CA
San Bernardino County, CA
San Diego County, CA
San Luis Obispo County, CA
Santa Barbara County, CA
Santa Clara County, CA
Solano County, CA
Yuba City, CA
Tulare County, CA
Ventura County, CA

Start Date: 11/28/2022

California cities and industrial users were warned by the US Bureau of Reclamation to prepare for a fourth dry year with possible “conservation actions” as drought persists despite early rains. Water storage was near historic lows, with Shasta Reservoir, the largest reservoir in the Central Valley Project, was at 31% of capacity. The rainy season generally begins in October and runs through March or April.
Reuters (New York), Nov 28, 2022


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