In this photo taken Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014, is the Centennial Reservoir, one of the two water sources for the city of Willits, Calif. In the midst of a historic drought, the reservoir is only one-third full, forcing Willits city leaders to ban lawn watering, car washing, and mandated all residents to cut water use.
More than a dozen communities throughout California may not have enough water to last another two months. Then there's Southern California.
The Metropolitan Water District actually has a surplus of the wet stuff. Now the big question is what to do with it? For more on that we're joined now by the district's general manager Jeffrey Kightlinger.