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California is on track to break the record for snowpack accumulation for the past 50 years.  Being prepared for potential flooding this year is very important.

According Department of Water Resources about two-thirds California’s annual rainfall occurs between December and March. January and February are historically 2 of the states wettest months.   Get ready!

Snowpack usually starts melting around April 1st and provides about 30% of California’s water for the summer and fall as it melts.

The next update by the state will be on February 15, 2017, for conditions ending on January 31, 2017.

Sources: Turlock Journal , Sierra Mnt Guides, Dept of Water Resources

DWR’s California Data Exchange Center Web sites show current water conditions at the state’s largest reservoirs and weather stations.

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