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  • See the water-saturated Sacramento River area from the sky

    An aerial view of the Sacramento River in the region shows the effects of February's rainfall, which has measured a record 7.60 inches in Sacramento. As of Tuesday morning, a record 17.75 inches of rain has fallen this year in Sacramento, according to the National Weather Service.

An aerial view of the Sacramento River in the region shows the effects of February's rainfall, which has measured a record 7.60 inches in Sacramento. As of Tuesday morning, a record 17.75 inches of rain has fallen this year in Sacramento, according to the National Weather Service. California Office of Emergency Services
An aerial view of the Sacramento River in the region shows the effects of February's rainfall, which has measured a record 7.60 inches in Sacramento. As of Tuesday morning, a record 17.75 inches of rain has fallen this year in Sacramento, according to the National Weather Service. California Office of Emergency Services

Sacramento River remains blown out while Lake Pardee receives massive trout plant

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