California reservoirs filling rapidly from steady storms

The recent litany of storms that have doused the Bay Area and other parts of California are having a crucial impact on the state’s reservoirs.

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10 Comments:

  1. And what is going on with the additional water storage that we passed that $7billion bond for, some years ago. Oh, well we haven’t gotten new storage done yet, because its difficult. Now a lot the the $5billion that was for non-water projects loaded onto the bunds? THOSE have been built.

  2. Well good.

  3. Why tf u driving so fast when its raining

  4. I know people have short memories, but I hope all of this reminds people how precious water is and that conservation of water is so important even in ‘normal’ times, because it can go bad really quickly and there is very little we can do to recover. We are at the mercy of nature.

  5. California will dump that water in the ocean on purpose. Trust me

  6. Send that shit to Lake Mead

  7. Y’ALL NEED BUILD MORE ” DRY DAMS “…TO CATCH ANY EXTRA RAINFALL

  8. Gee, those windmills are really turning that climate change around.

  9. Democraps will let it all go back to sea to save a one inch fish.

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