Southern California Gets Rain Sprinkles; More Expected This Week
Don't Miss This
- Kings Rally Late, Win Vegas Summer Title
- 40-Year-Old Mom With Two Kids Becomes NFL Cheerleader
- Raw: Driver Records Cellphone Video Of Stockton Shootout
- Get Ready For More Delays As Interstate 80 Project Will Close Lanes Starting Saturday
- Video: Family, Friends Mourn Death Of Woman Taken Hostage By Bank Robbery Suspects
Get Breaking News First
MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif. (CBS/AP) — Areas of Southern California are getting hit with some sprinkles today, but not enough to ease near-record drought conditions.
National Weather Service meteorologist David Sweet said the isolated sprinkles from Oxnard to the South Bay on Sunday will only total a few hundredths of an inch.
More rain will hit the state later this week, including the Sacramento area, and will bring about a quarter-inch of rainfall.
Gov. Jerry Brown declared a formal drought earlier this month, saying it was the driest it’s been in California in perhaps a century.
Ranchers are selling cattle, farmers are letting some fields go fallow and some cities are running short of water.
Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.