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An index of precipitation at eight measurement stations showed just under 90 inches of rain and snow have fallen this winter in the northern Sierra Nevada. The previous record of 88.5 inches was set in the winter of 1982-1983.
An assemblyman introduced legislation last week that would appoint Augustynolophus morissi, a duck-billed dinosaur that roamed throughout central California 66 million years ago, as the state-wide prehistoric mascot.