State water managers say California’s springtime snow-pack is nearly double its normal levels following five years of historic drought.
They say all the snow is beginning to melt, increasing the risk of flooding for woefully unprepared communities downstream.
The California Department of Water Resources on Monday conducted its final snow-pack survey of the state’s wet season. The snow holds more water compared with several past years.
California’s next big disaster is about to unfold. The Trump haters will soon be begging the President for help.
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