Friday August 4, 2023

Sacramento Bee

Meteorologists forecast that the remainder of the summer and the beginning of fall will bring above-normal temperatures to California, which could exacerbate the state’s steadily increasing drought.

Del Norte County — which has been drought-free for months — now faces some moderate conditions.

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, there’s between 33% and 50% chance weather in California will lean above normal for this time of year. NOAA outlooks show “equal” chances of above-normal, near-normal or below-normal rainfall for August and September.

Meaning, according to the National Weather Service, there is no clear indication of how much rain the state could receive.

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