Forecasters and water managers keeping a close eye on precipitation are hopeful that a wet month, a phenomenon known by weather experts as “miracle March,” may help bolster lackluster winter rain totals.
- Washington Post: Dry California winter prompts wildfire and drought concerns
- San Jose Mercury News: Light rain this weekend could ease Bay Area drought conditions
- Associated Press: March snow and rain appear and disappear after dry February
- Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory: News release: Flash droughts present challenge for warning system