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It’s not the sight we’re used to seeing during the summer in Sacramento—people carrying umbrellas and avoiding soaked outdoor seating.
In Carol Davis’ Elk Grove home, she’s overheating with an air conditioner that’s blowing hot air. She had trouble sleeping the night before when her air conditioner suddenly went out.
Light rain and snow led to less clarity-stealing sediment and other pollutants being washed into Tahoe. Warmer temperatures limited the mixing of lake waters in the winter to further increase clarity.
Dan Sherry is a city engineer in charge of changing that. He says Sacramento has about 62,000 unmetered homes—about 45 percent—more than any city in the state, but not anymore.
The Great Wolf Resort Indoor Water Park could be good for tourism, but many wonder if it’s a good idea during the drought.
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- By The Numbers: California Water Districts Face Up To 35 Percent Cuts In Drought 04/07/2015
- Manteca Cracking Down On Lawns After 25 Percent Water Use Increase In Drought 04/07/2015
- Spring Storm Brings Thunderstorms, Funnel Clouds To Sacramento, Welcome Snow To Sierra 04/07/2015