California currently has only one reservoir above historical average. It’s California’s largest reservoir, Lake Shasta, it at 107% of historical average. What’s not good is that not one other major reservoir is at historical average in the state.
All of California currently in some stage of drought.
NOAA has canceled La Nina for this winter, which actually be a good thing for California.
Lake Tahoe is currently only .6″ above it’s natural rim – meaning that the Truckee River is nearly gone once again.
Fingers crossed for a big winter in 2016/17!