The Future of Snow in California

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Mammoth and Lake Tahoe have been hurting for three years because of the drought. Climate change means late winters, early springs and mountain slopes that used to be covered with white powder still brown under rising snowlines. Does snow itself have a future?

Also, the growing measles outbreak has legislators reconsidering legal permission for parents to opt out of vaccinating their children. We talk with a pediatrician who won't let unvaccinated children in his waiting room.

Photo: Phillips Station near Echo Summit (California Department of Water Resources)