All the latest from California Drought

Napa County To Declare State Of Emergency Due To Storm DamageThe Napa County Board of Supervisors next week is expected to ratify a declaration of emergency related to damage caused by the recent stormy weather.
Sinkhole Caused By Storms Prompts State Of Emergency In OrindaThe city council of Orinda declared a State of Emergency Tuesday night because of a large sinkhole caused by last week’s wet weather.
San Francisco Homeowners May Be Billed For Storm-Related Tree DamageDuring the recent storms, hundreds of trees have come down in San Francisco alone. Once the debris is gone, homeowners could be slapped with a bill.
Russian River Surges To Highest Level In DecadeNorthern California continues to struggle Thursday with clogged commutes, flooded roads and water-logged homes after several days of relentless rain that has lightened.
Over 40% Of California Out Of Drought After Storms, Feds SayFederal monitors announced Thursday that 42 percent of California has emerged from a five-year drought after some of the heaviest rain and snow in decades.
Tornado Leaves Minor Damage In SacramentoAn EF0 tornado touched down in a Sacramento neighborhood early Wednesday morning, causing a minor amount of damage.
Mudslide Traps Family Inside Fairfax HomeA powerful mudslide caused by the recent stormy weather trapped a family inside a home in Fairfax Tuesday night.
Another Round Of Stormy Weather For Bay AreaThousands of people remain under evacuation orders in Sonoma County as another storm swept into Northern California after a weekend drenching.
California To See More Major Storms In Coming Decades, MIT Scientists SayScientists at MIT said California could see an increasing number of major storms in the future.
Mammoth Mountain Reports 7 Feet Of Snow In 2 DaysThe big storm tracking across the central section of California is dropping significant mountain snow.
Major Storm Could Cause Flooding At Yosemite This WeekendA big storm forecast for this weekend could lead to possible flooding at Yosemite National Park.
California Snowpack At 53% Of Normal Ahead Of Winter StormsSurveyors plunged a pole into the Sierra Nevada snowpack on Tuesday and took the first measurement of the season.

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