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June 21, 2024
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Calif. Officials ‘Cautiously Optimistic’ on Summer Reliability
Planners Highlight Above-average Snowpack in Calif., Low Water in NW, Potential Heat in SW
Forecasters are expecting cooler temperatures in June and July and above normal conditions in August, specifically in the Desert Southwest region, which could impact grid conditions.
Forecasters are expecting cooler temperatures in June and July and above normal conditions in August, specifically in the Desert Southwest region, which could impact grid conditions. | NOAA
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State energy officials are “cautiously optimistic” about maintaining grid reliability during the upcoming summer, with California poised to benefit from above-normal snowpack and precipitation coupled with the probability of mild conditions in its coastal regions.

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