Northern California is Now Only 0.8″ Away From BREAKING Wettest Year on Record!

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NorCal is only .8″ of liquid precipitation away from tying the wettest year on record. image: nrcs, today

Northern California is only .8″ of liquid precipitation from breaking its wettest year on record that was set back in 1982-83.

“A major record may fall this week.

Less than 1 inch of precipitation is needed to break the northern Sierra Nevada’s wettest year on record, set in 1982-1983. The 8-station index has been tracked by CA’s DWR since the early 1920s.” – NOAA Reno, NV today

NorCal is forecast to see up to 8″ of liquid precipitation in the next 7 days!

Up to 8″ of liquid precip. is forecast for NorCal in the next 7 days. image: noaa, today]

California has already seen 205% of average precpitation this year which prompted Governor Jerry Brown to officially declare that the California drought is over last week.

Not much drought left in CA!

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