This drought is of historic proportions so good luck with El Nino.
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California is stuck in an oppressive drought. For nearly a year, drought conditions have domination the state’s landscape, resources and concerns. According to the latest Drought Monitor report, 79 percent of the state is in extreme or exceptional drought as of July 8.
The drought conditions have stretched the state’s water reservoirs thin, with more attention being pulled to solar desalination plants to provide much-needed water to the region. The state is even considering imposing fines of up to $500 a day for overwatering lawns or washing cars without nozzles on the hoses.