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After a Dry February, Hoping for Some March Moisture

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A NASA satellite image of California on Feb. 24, 2016. (NASA Worldview)

You wouldn’t know it from looking at the sky, of course, but our rainy season isn’t over. One sure sign is the appearance of news stories telling us that, despite the fact the Bay Area has gotten a small fraction of its average rainfall during what’s typically the Read More …

Source:: Newsfix – Science

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