Four years of drought have drastically reduced the water level of Shasta Lake. Even with a wet winter, it will take a long time to refill depleted reservoirs in California.
Four years of drought have drastically reduced the water level of Shasta Lake. Even with a wet winter, it will take a long time to refill depleted reservoirs in California. Gary Reed greed@sacbee.com
Four years of drought have drastically reduced the water level of Shasta Lake. Even with a wet winter, it will take a long time to refill depleted reservoirs in California. Gary Reed greed@sacbee.com

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October 31, 2015 5:00 PM

Despite a potentially wet winter, the drought will continue

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