As California withers in an epic drought, weather experts are saying that, despite a possible El Nino event, this winter doesn’t look promising from a precipitation standpoint.
Doug Parker, director of the University of California Institute for Water Resources, said the state would need approximately 150 percent of normal rainfall to pull out of the state’s current drought conditions. At this point, however, the National Weather Service says the “forecast confidence for California is low.”
In fact, droughts have been known to last 15 years in California. Ugh!!
Well, let’s hope the “guys in the know” miss the mark with this one!
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