El Nino-Driven Storms To Dent California’s Drought With Inches Of Rain Next Week

By Brett Rathbun  AccuWeather

Following a warm, dry February in California, a shift in the weather pattern will open the door for several storms to soak the state during the second week of March.

Enough rain may fall to put a noticeable dent in the drought across the state.

By the end of this weekend, storms will usher in moderate to heavy rain across California and heavy snow to the Sierra Nevada.

Continue reading at AccuWeather: El Nino-Driven Storms To Dent California’s Drought With Inches Of Rain Next Week

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