Reservoir levels are healthy

Precipitation and snowpack running well above annual averages

 Rain, snow, sleet, hail.
No, it’s not the call for delivering mail.
It’s the reality of what has been happening for the last two months in California.
The precipitation this year has been well above normal levels and that means area reservoirs are on the way to being full — meaning a hearty season on the water.
The latest reporting from the California Department of Water Resources shows reservoir levels well above normal for this time of year.
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