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Precipitation in January across the Sierra Nevada Mountains and foothills has exceeded the wettest year on record, which was 1983. The Calaveras County region has received a cumulative wet-season total of 42.3 inches of rain as of January 23, which exceeds the region’s yearly average of 40.8 inches – and the rain and snow are still falling. …

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Due to one of the worst droughts California has experienced since records have been kept, many reservoirs in Calaveras County are well below normal levels. Fortunately, rain and snowfall in Calaveras County has been above average so far in the 2016/2017 wet season, which has created significant inflows into local reservoirs. Using data provided by the …

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