Frank Gehrke

California Department of Water Resources

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Chief Snow Surveyor for the California Department of Water Resources

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California is facing the Pineapple Express, a major storm this weekend and another next week, that is expected to bring six feet of snow and 12 inches of rain.

California's drought: The beginning of the end?

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After three years of drought, California’s winter sports economy is in trouble. At Lake Tahoe, Bryan Allegretto blogs about conditions for skiing.

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After three years of drought, California’s winter sports economy is in trouble. At Lake Tahoe, Bryan Allegretto blogs about conditions for skiing.

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Three years ago, former Governor Schwarzenegger declared a drought in California.  Tomorrow, Governor Brown is expected to declare that it's over.

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Three years ago, former Governor Schwarzenegger declared a drought in California.  Tomorrow, Governor Brown is expected to declare that it's over.

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