After several wet weeks in Northern California and the Sierra snowpack building ever higher, pumps in the Delta are at full throttle pushing excess rainwater to neighbors in the south.   Although no one is declaring the drought over just yet, out of an abundance of caution, it looks like the cyclical nature of California’s climate is back to a “wet spell.”

With more rain and snow expected, state officials, farmers, and environmentalists – and the people and businesses that have been working so hard to conserve water in that past few years – breathe a sigh of relief.  Click here to get all the numbers and graphs from the SacBee.

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