It should be warm and sunny this weekend... with little chance of rain here in Southern California. And no showers expected up north, either.
The drought, it seems, hasn't loosened its grip, and that's been tough on farmers throughout the state.
But it's been especially bad for those who grow rice, up in Yolo County, near Sacramento.
Rice is traditionally grown in paddies - fields flooded with water.
But this week, a 17 thousand acre farm known as Conway Ranch announced plans to experiment with drip irrigation.
For more on these efforts, Take Two's Alex Cohen spoke to Andrea Jones. She's the director of bird conservation at Audobon, an advocate for wildlife preservation
To hear the full conversation, click the blue player above.