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    Stunning video shows flowing water, wet orchards and rural scenery along Interstate 5 at Exit 614, Stony Creek at Highway 32 bridge, the Sacramento River at Hamilton City, Woodson Bridge/Deer Creek mouth and Los Molinos/Mill Creek mouth. A total of 8.04 inches fell in Sacramento in February. The normal for the month is 3.69 inches.

Stunning video shows flowing water, wet orchards and rural scenery along Interstate 5 at Exit 614, Stony Creek at Highway 32 bridge, the Sacramento River at Hamilton City, Woodson Bridge/Deer Creek mouth and Los Molinos/Mill Creek mouth. A total of 8.04 inches fell in Sacramento in February. The normal for the month is 3.69 inches. John Hannon Sacramento Valley Water
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