It's warm out there again in SoCal, today, and the forecast says it'll only get hotter over the next few days.
That means you'll probably want to cool off with some nice, cold water.
But when the drought was declared over in April, Southern Californians started to slip back on all the progress made to conserve.
In one part of the region, people used 28 percent more water than they did the year before.
To help us keep up the momentum to save without the drought to motivate us, we've tapped Lester Snow, senior policy advisor of the California Water Foundation.