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June 23, 2024
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California Storms Alleviate Drought, Damage Grid
Snowfall in the Sierra Nevada has exceeded 200% of the seasonal average, with accumulations of 30-40 feet at higher elevations.
Snowfall in the Sierra Nevada has exceeded 200% of the seasonal average, with accumulations of 30-40 feet at higher elevations. | UC Berkeley Central Sierra Snow Lab
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After three weeks of torrential rains from a series of atmospheric river storms, California is starting to dry out with replenished reservoirs and snowpack.
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