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    Dry conditions this year mean Folsom Lake will drop to extremely low levels this fall. It's already dropping by about 9 inches every day, forcing Folsom Lake Marina to order all boats out of their slips by Aug. 3. It will also mean very low flows in the American River this fall, prompting concern for salmon runs. And if all this isn't bad enough, it will look much worse in 2014 if next winter is also dry.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    A view of the west from the east end of Folsom lake, near the marina illustrate the lakes water level dropping. Dry conditions this year mean Folsom Lake will drop to extremely low levels this fall. It's already dropping by about 9 inches every day, forcing Folsom Lake Marina to order all boats out of their slips by Aug. 3. It will also mean very low flows in the American River this fall, prompting concern for salmon runs. And if all this isn't bad enough, it will look much worse in 2014 if next winter is also dry.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    Dry conditions this year mean Folsom Lake will drop to extremely low levels this fall. It's already dropping by about 9 inches every day, forcing Folsom Lake Marina to order all boats out of their slips by Aug. 3. It will also mean very low flows in the American River this fall, prompting concern for salmon runs. And if all this isn't bad enough, it will look much worse in 2014 if next winter is also dry.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    Dry conditions this year mean Folsom Lake will drop to extremely low levels this fall. It's already dropping by about 9 inches every day, forcing Folsom Lake Marina to order all boats out of their slips by Aug. 3. It will also mean very low flows in the American River this fall, prompting concern for salmon runs. And if all this isn't bad enough, it will look much worse in 2014 if next winter is also dry.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    Dry conditions this year mean Folsom Lake will drop to extremely low levels this fall. It's already dropping by about 9 inches every day, forcing Folsom Lake Marina to order all boats out of their slips by Aug. 1. It will also mean very low flows in the American River this fall, prompting concern for salmon runs. And if all this isn't bad enough, it will look much worse in 2014 if next winter is also dry.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    Monika Wolfram and her dog Lexi swim in Folsom Lake on Friday afternoon near the marina. Dry conditions this year mean Folsom Lake will drop to extremely low levels this fall. It's already dropping by about 9 inches every day, forcing Folsom Lake Marina to order all boats out of their slips by Aug. 3. It will also mean very low flows in the American River this fall, prompting concern for salmon runs. And if all this isn't bad enough, it will look much worse in 2014 if next winter is also dry.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    Abby Gonzales. 16, Dalton Schumacher, 18, and dog Lilo swim in Folsom Lake on Friday afternoon near the marina. Dry conditions this year mean Folsom Lake will drop to extremely low levels this fall. It's already dropping by about 9 inches every day, forcing Folsom Lake Marina to order all boats out of their slips by Aug. 3. It will also mean very low flows in the American River this fall, prompting concern for salmon runs. And if all this isn't bad enough, it will look much worse in 2014 if next winter is also dry.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    Abby Gonzales, 16, and dog Lilo exit Folsom Lake on Friday afternoon near the marina. Dry conditions this year mean Folsom Lake will drop to extremely low levels this fall. It's already dropping by about 9 inches every day, forcing Folsom Lake Marina to order all boats out of their slips by Aug. 3. It will also mean very low flows in the American River this fall, prompting concern for salmon runs. And if all this isn't bad enough, it will look much worse in 2014 if next winter is also dry.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    A view of the west from the east end of Folsom lake, near the marina illustrate the lakes water level dropping. Dry conditions this year mean Folsom Lake will drop to extremely low levels this fall. It's already dropping by about 9 inches every day, forcing Folsom Lake Marina to order all boats out of their slips by Aug. 3. It will also mean very low flows in the American River this fall, prompting concern for salmon runs. And if all this isn't bad enough, it will look much worse in 2014 if next winter is also dry.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    Abby Gonzales. 16, and dog Lilo wait near large trunks of wood normally floating on the water in the marina in Folsom Lake when the lake is full on Friday afternoon. Dry conditions this year mean Folsom Lake will drop to extremely low levels this fall. It's already dropping by about 9 inches every day, forcing Folsom Lake Marina to order all boats out of their slips by Aug. 3. It will also mean very low flows in the American River this fall, prompting concern for salmon runs. And if all this isn't bad enough, it will look much worse in 2014 if next winter is also dry.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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