The lack of precipitation in downtown San Francisco this month is nearing a historic feat. The city has not had a February with no rainfall since 1864, according to the National Weather Service. There is a 20% to 30% chance of rain across the region Sunday… Of course, that would be March 1.
- Discover Magazine: California’s snowpack shrivels, raising fears of future wildfires
- SFGate.com: Rain chances in SF remain unpromising: ‘Just enough to wash the pollen off your car’
- News release: DWR plans third Phillips Station snow survey of 2020 following dry February
- Ukiah Daily Journal: Opinion: Where’s the rain?