California relies on a network of reservoirs that provide water to municipalities, industry, agriculture, and the environment.
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February is typically the wettest month of the year in California, and this year has definitely fit that model. A barrage of storms coming from an atmospheric river have pushed state snowpack and precipitation levels well over annual averages. While the rain and snow are certainly welcomed, the relentless storms are now causing flooding, landslides and road closures up and down the state.