We've had a lot of rain over the last couple of weeks in the Bay Area which of course equated to a lot of snow in the Sierra but, the BIG question is, will those amounts of rain and snow be enough to get us out of the looming drought?
The answer? No.
That was A LOT of rain and snow that we got but unfortunately, even with ALL of that, we are only at 39% of normal for this time of year. We have a couple of rain storms coming up but unfortunately, they probably aren't going to be big enough to make a difference.
That being said, what are you going to do to conserve this year?
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NASA satellite photo comparison of Sierra Nevada mountain snowpack in late January 2017 vs. 2018:— Kai Olson-Sawyer (@kolsaw) February 2, 2018
Let's say 2017 was much better.https://t.co/2LmHnxnlEI
Jack and Carolyn talked about it on-air. Listen here: