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California Drought News: No March miracles in scientists' spring predictions



You're looking at Little Gem lettuce in the only nook of California not presently in a drought: the Bard Valley, near the Colorado River and Arizona border.
You're looking at Little Gem lettuce in the only nook of California not presently in a drought: the Bard Valley, near the Colorado River and Arizona border.
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Friday's drought news wants to start tracking the number of Chinatown references in water stories, because apparently we didn't all get this out of our systems during the LADWP Aqueduct-versary. And today, we start with some predictions:

“They have passed their key months for being able to recover,” said Deke Arndt, chief of the Climate Monitoring Branch at the National Climatic Data Center. (Washington Post and Climate Central)

Got any predictions of your own about California's water that you want to share? We'd love to hear them in the comments below.