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?

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.

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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.

Is California's Snow Economy Melting?

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.

Governor to Declare End to California's Drought

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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