California's wet season is not off to a good start. The California Department of Water Resources reports the northern Sierra Nevada mountains snowpack is measured at about two-and-a-half-inches, which is 21-percent of average. The central Sierra has just over three-inches of snow, 29-percent of average.
The southern Sierra has just under two-inches of snow, which is 20-percent of average. While it's still early in the wet season, the Department of Water Resources says there's still plenty of time to reverse the dry trend. The state typically receives half of its annual precipitation between December and February.
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