All the latest from California Drought

CA Grants $3.2 Million To Make Central Valley Tap Water Uranium-FreeDozens of families at a Central California mobile-home park will get tap water free of dangerous levels of uranium thanks to a state grant.
Drought-Stricken California Boosts Conservation In MarchResidents of drought-stricken California doubled their water conservation efforts in March compared with the month before by turning off their sprinklers when the rain fell and changing habits, officials said Tuesday.
California, Alaska, Hawaii Facing Above-Average Wildfire Threat This SummerCalifornia, Hawaii, Alaska and the Southwest face an above-average threat of wildfires this summer, but most of the country should see normal or below-normal problems, forecasters said Sunday.
Some Central Valley Orchards Irrigated With Oilfield Waste WaterSome of the biggest growers in the Central Valley area aren't worried about conserving water because they've found a steady supply -- but there's a catch.
No More Fines For East Bay Water Wasters As Drought EasesAn ordinance that imposes fines on suspected East Bay water wasters as a reaction to the state’s drought is being lifted, according to the East Bay Municipal Utility District.
NorCal's Water Situation Looking Good With Above Normal Precipitation TotalsA network of weather stations ranging from Mt. Shasta to Highway 50 has passed its normal precipitation total for the entire July 1st-to-June 30th weather season, which is good news for Northern California’s water situation.
El Niño Weakens, Here Comes La Niña, Meteorologists SayIn the midst of an epic El Niño, federal meteorologists say its flip side, La Niña, is around the corner.
Lake Tahoe Brimming With Water For First Time In MonthsFor the first time in almost a year, Lake Tahoe is over its natural rim.
El Niño Winter Contributing To Bad Allergy Season In CaliforniaDo your allergies seem worse this year? You’re not imagining it, and recent wet weather is playing a role.
Weekend Showers Cheer Californians Across State But Do Little To Ease DroughtIn San Francisco, a downpour delayed the Giants-Dodgers game for 41 minutes.
La Niña Could Put California Back Into Dry Pattern As Soon As Late SpringEl Niño storms have helped to replenish California’s dwindling snowpack that suffered during an extended drought, but there are indications that the tap may be turned off soon with a La Niña weather pattern.
Once Dry Laguna Lake Filling Up Thanks To Central Coast Winter Storms Rainfall has almost refilled San Luis Obispo's Laguna Lake, which went dry last fall amid drought.

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