Seven Feet Of Snow In Northern California Puts Screeching Halt To State’s Drought

A massive snowstorm Friday in Northern California could bring the state’s lengthy drought to end while leaving two feet of snow in the mountains near Los Angeles.
The Sierra Nevada Mountains has seen two feet of snow and winds gusting over 100 miles per hour. Forecasters are expecting seven feet of snow in some areas of the mountain range. Meanwhile, more than 22,000 Montecito residents evacuated their homes as rain continued to pound the area — California’s weather comes as a nor’easter clobbers parts of the East Coast.
“The worst of the storm has passed, and we are cautiously optimistic that due to a significant amount of pre-storm preparation we have come through this with minimal impact,” Rob Lewin, director of the Santa Barbara County Office of Emergency Management, said in a statement.
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h/t Goneviral

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1 thought on “Seven Feet Of Snow In Northern California Puts Screeching Halt To State’s Drought

  1. Any of the snowfall will be WASTED just like it’s been wasted in the past. THEY NEVER LEARN just how to stop having the rain runoff go directly into the ocean and save it….. They’d rather build a train to nowhere that no one will ride on…

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