All the latest from California Drought

Loss Of Water In Drought Caused Sierra Nevada To Grow An InchA new NASA study says loss of water from rocks during drought caused California's Sierra Nevada to rise nearly an inch in height.
Gov. Brown: 'Firefighting at Christmas' May Become Normal in CaliforniaAs firefighters made progress containing six major wildfires from Santa Barbara to San Diego County and evacuees returned home, gusts of up to 50 mph through Sunday posed a threat of flare-ups.
California’s Tree Die-Off Gives Life To New BusinessIn the Sierra National Forest, there are more dead trees than live ones. And figuring out what do with them is a towering task.
Proposal Would Commit California To Slow Shrinking Of Salton SeaThe plan involves building ponds at the ends of the salty, desert lake which has suffered a string of environmental setbacks since the 1970s.
Video Shows Climate Change Over Last Century In Just Thirty-Five SecondsA new video from a Finnish weather researcher illustrates the drastic changes in temperature in 191 countries, in just 35 seconds.
Summer, Winter Overlap In Tahoe's Longest Ski Season In Resort HistoryThere's a startling sight at Lake Tahoe this summer. Vacationers on the lake look up and see skiers on the snow-capped mountains, just a few miles away.
First Half Of 2017 Ranks 2nd Hottest Globally Behind 2016Record warmth was measured in much of Mexico, western Europe, eastern Russia, eastern Africa and eastern China. The U.S. had its second warmest start.
Heat Wave Accelerating Runoff From SierraHeavy rains and snow this past winter has left rivers flowing higher than average and reservoirs near capacity.
Water Levels, Safety Concerns High At Russian River Memorial Day WeekendBusinesses are looking forward Memorial Day weekend on Russian River after years of drought. But folks returning here, might find it is a different river.
Warm California Temperatures Expected To Accelerate SnowmeltMelting of this year's massive Sierra Nevada snowpack will cause California rivers to surge and possibly overflow their banks this summer.
Record Sierra Snow Keeps Resorts Open Into Late Spring, SummerRecord snowfall in Tahoe this ski season means some resorts will stay open late this year, with at least one resort saying it would stay open until July.
SkyDrone 5 Shows Remarkable Comeback For San Luis ReservoirSan Luis Reservoir, one of the state's largest, was also one of its driest. What a difference one winter can make.

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