Don’t hold your breath for California’s drought ending with this winter’s rains. Instead, you’d do well to hold your shower time to a minimum. There’s less than a 40% chance of water supplies getting back to normal after this winter, with a slightly better than 50% chance that the state’s drought will worsen, according to forecasters at a Monday, Nov. 22, drought webinar hosted by the National Integrated Drought Information Center.
- Pleasanton Weekly: Water agencies ask Tri-Valley residents to continue to restrict water intake
- Morgan Hill Times: Valley Water rebates save water, money