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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
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

Record January-February rain total for Sacramento

March 01, 2017 12:13 PM

UPDATED March 01, 2017 02:50 PM

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