In another sure sign that California is steadily recovering from the yearslong drought, the snowpack in the Sierra Nevada — a major source of water for the state — is currently larger than the last four years combined, according to NASA.As of April 1, when it was last measured by NASA’s Airborne Snow Observatory, the snowpack […]
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