California’s wet season has not brought much relief so far and the outlook is not promising. …Unfortunately, the outlook is not promising. Little to no precipitation is expected through the end of February. California, with the exception of far northern areas, will likely experience drier than average conditions during the March through May period, according to NOAA. Above-average temperatures are also anticipated for the southern half of the state this spring.
- Los Angeles Times: ‘Mega-miracle’ needed in L.A. to beat dry February weather
- Sonoma Index-Tribune: Opinion: What’s normal about our rainfall?