This National Weather Service graphic shows rain totals for the 10 wettest years in Sacramento, going back to when records were first kept in 1877.
This National Weather Service graphic shows rain totals for the 10 wettest years in Sacramento, going back to when records were first kept in 1877. National Weather Service, Sacramento
This National Weather Service graphic shows rain totals for the 10 wettest years in Sacramento, going back to when records were first kept in 1877. National Weather Service, Sacramento

Rain, storms put continuing pressure on 140 years of Sacramento weather marks

April 10, 2017 07:37 AM

UPDATED April 10, 2017 11:28 AM

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