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Parts of California could receive above-average rain and snow this winter but not enough to end the ongoing drought, federal forecasters said Thursday.
Rising temperatures, falling humidity levels and Santa Ana winds are elevating fire danger in bone-dry Southern California, and forecasters say the building fall heat wave will push temperatures well above normal from San Diego to San Francisco.
The weather system that brought clouds, cooler temperatures, and a few raindrops to northern California on Thursday pushes into the southern portion of the state on Friday.
These past few days have been anything but typical when it comes to summer weather in our area. Here are a few of the highlights:
Marie Levy has built her own water-saving system in El Dorado Hills from simple products you can find at any hardware store. She’s even figure out a way to reuse water more than once.
- Temperatures Cooler But Muggy On Tuesday 07/15/2014
- California Regulators Will Vote On $500 A Day Fine Proposal For Water Overuse During Drought 07/14/2014
- Sacramento To Reach 104 Degrees Monday 07/14/2014
- Drought Shaming Pitting Neighbors Against Neighbors On Social Media 07/11/2014
- Valley Temperatures 4-8 Degrees Hotter Than Monday, Cooling Off Tomorrow 07/08/2014
- Temperatures Back To Seasonal Norm After Monday’s Scorcher 07/01/2014