On a recent family trip to Northern California, Whiskeytown Lake and reservoir and Shasta Lake are full to the max, up from record low levels.
The water flowing from the eastern Sierras is like flood conditions, with the Owens River at the top of its banks, and even the historically dry Owens Lake is at a level that we have not seen during fishing or skiing trips in the last 30 to 40 years.
There should be no drought conditions this summer or next, even if we do not have another record rai...
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