Drought-stricken California farmers and cities are set to get more water as state and federal officials ease water cutbacks due to recent rain and snow, officials announced on Friday.
There’s gold in them dry hills! Or gold seekers anyway. And they see a historic opportunity in California’s historic drought.
California’s drought has sparked a new push by federal lawmakers to create or expand a handful of reservoirs around the state, ramping up a political battle that former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger once referred to as a “holy war in some ways.”
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The state, which controls the water for fields, says it plans to cut back on water deliveries by 50 percent at a Yuba City rice farm, and that could drop to zero if the drought worsens.
The state has already sent letters warning if it gets as bad as some are predicting, people may have their water rights completely shut off.
Cal Fire’s responded to more than 400 wildfires that have burned more than 1,000 acres. The 5-year January average is 70 fires and 130 acres.
A powerful ridge of high pressure parked over Northern California has been responsible for a record 52 days of no rain in Sacramento.
California is basically an arid state with a Mediterranean climate, and drought is something we’ve always dealt with.
CBS13’s Sam Shane talked with the California’s deputy drought director at Folsom Lake for a perspective on this year’s drought
With rain is in the forecast later on in the week, shops like Land Park Ski & Sports are hoping Mother Nature can bring them some relief in the form of mountain snow.