TEXT_SIZE

Quincy, California  Weather

Weather

Drought recovery continues

Dale Knutsen
Special to Feather Publishing
4/5/2014
 

The first hopeful signs of drought recovery arrived in February when the Lake Almanor Basin received a greater-than-average amount of precipitation.

That trend continued in March with a total of 6.7 inches of new precipitation recorded at the Prattville monitoring site, a figure that is more than 2 inches greater than average.

The seasonal total now stands at 16.97 inches, or 62 percent of the long-term average for this point in the customary July – June water season.

Read more: Drought recovery continues

 

Drought recovery begins in Almanor

Dale Knudesen
Special to Feather Publishing
 

After 13 months of exceptionally dry conditions, February brought some actual drought relief to the Almanor Basin. Snowfall was minimal, amounting to only 7 inches in a month that averages 23 inches but rainfall was in greater abundance.

 

Read more: Drought recovery begins in Almanor

  

Drought continues

Dale Knutsen
Special to Feather Publishing
 

January in the Almanor Basin was warm and an exceptionally dry month.

The average low temperature at the Chester Airport was almost two degrees higher than the long-term norm and the average high temperature was nearly 12 degrees higher.

Read more: Drought continues

  

Page 1 of 7

"); pageTracker._trackPageview(); } catch(err) {}