It’s been a big year for snow in the Sierra Nevada range. This is the time of year—April 1—when the snowpack is typically at its peak and on Tuesday, when surveyors do their monthly manual survey, they’re likely to find a snowpack at about 160 percent of the average.
- San Diego Union-Tribune: Vernal pools: Rains bring to live mini-ecosystem
- LAist: California’s rainy season is over. Here’s how much our cup overfloweth
- News release: DWR to conduct season’s fourth manual snow survey April 2