LA Times: Yet more rain expected to hit California in March. Warmer storms could cause problems
California is expected to have more rain and snow in March, and there is a possibility of a warm system that could melt the snowpack, leading to flooding. Forecasters predict that the state will have an above-average chance of precipitation throughout March. Potential warmer storms could cause problems for California’s water supply, with melting snow filling rivers too quickly and triggering widespread flooding. As of now, the state’s snowpack remains incredibly healthy, 186% of normal for the date, and reservoirs are notably healthier too, with Lake Shasta nearly doubling its volume from two months ago.
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