It’s shaping up as a wetter-than-usual winter in California, putting to rest fears of another drought hitting anytime soon. Depending on where you live, though, you will still likely face some limitations on how much you can water your lawn this summer.
- Press Enterprise: Southern California cities have already met their annual rainfall average, but more rain, snow on the way this week
- Los Angeles Times: Storms cause millions in damage to California highways
- CBS Sacramento: Trash piling up in Sacramento River after big storm
- Ventura County Star: Lake Casitas finally gets rainstorms but no reprieve from Thomas Fire debris