There have been speculation on the potential end of a drought due to the downpour of rain that occured in January within California. Many sources report that the drought is not over. “‘We need February and March to be wetter than January to really end the drought,’ said Jan Null, a former National Weather Service meteorologist” There have been estimates that approximately two to three more weeks of rain before April could establish historic averages of rain and snow, potentially ending the drought.
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