California as depicted in images captured by NASA's Terra satellite on Jan. 28, 2018.
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The third snow survey of the year yesterday (Monday) revealed promising results for the state's water supply. But as Capital Public Radio's Ezra David Romero reports, it's going to take a few more storms to make up the deficit.
KVCR's Ken Vincent introduces report from Capital Public Radio's Ezra David Romero
The latest state survey of the snowpack in the Sierra Nevada Mountains shows snow levels well below normal for this time of the year. However, officials say it's no cause for alarm yet, as Capital Public Radio's Randol White reports.
California has gone from drought to deluge in the past year. Snow now blankets the Sierra. As Capital Public Radio's Amy Quinton reports, results of the manual snow survey yesterday (Thursday) have Californians wondering when the Governor declare the drought over.
In what could be a significant decision concerning groundwater rights in California, a federal court panel has affirmed that an Inland Empire-area Indian tribe does have rights to groundwater supplies below its lands. More from KVCR's Ken Vincent.