Tuesday March 5, 2024


Following recent winter storms, no widespread drought is expected in California for the next two years, through 2025 and into early 2026, AccuWeather forecasters announced Monday.

The weather company said it came to this conclusion after an extensive review of all available data and consultation with their expert team of long-range forecasters.

“That sets California up to be in a very good position here in terms of water supply over the next couple of years,” AccuWeather chief meteorologist Jonathan Porter said.

Porter said El Niño has directed storms at California that has provided a lot of rain and refilled reservoirs.

At the moment, six of the state’s most important reservoirs sit at or are above the historical average water levels.

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