Sierra snowpack 82 percent of normal, water rations still likely
There's appears to be plenty of snow in the Sierra Nevada, but California water officials said Thursday it falls short of the amount needed to replenish the state's reservoirs.
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#1 Apr 3, 2009
Global warming is destroying the planet and endangering all who live thereon. So we plant trees and plants to help restore and replenish. Then the idiots put us on water rationing. You can't have it both ways, guys! I bet YOUR lawns are ALWAYS green.
#2 Apr 30, 2009
Uh, I don;t think you understand the science.
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