Personal observation this week: Lake Shasta is looking great.
By Paul Homewood
Precipitation in California over the last six months has been just above average. This is the most important part of the year, as more than 80% of annual rainfall comes between October and March.
As a result, water levels are close to average in most of the major reservoirs, and even above average at some.
Only New Melones and San Luis can be said to be well below.