Data as of midnight, April 11, 2012
By Ken Clark
From AccuWeather - Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Only time for a brief update today. Storm number one has produced some pretty good weather for central and Southern California. Rainfall amounts of 1/2 to 1 inch were common. Parts of the Central Valley have had severe thunderstorms this afternoon producing hail of 1/2 to 1 inch in diameter. Showers will diminish and end early tonight but the next storm will charge east. The second storm is looking like a bigger precipitation producer than yesterday.
From Riverside Press-Enterprise - Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Water agencies in the San Gorgonio Pass area are working on an agreement to share limited supplies from the State Water Project and avoid lawsuits.
From YubaNet - Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Directors of the Nevada Irrigation District on Wednesday (Apr. 11) rescinded their earlier water shortage declaration and said the district would return to normal water operations this year.
From Capital Press - Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Demand for water in a river basin that serves more than 36 million people in the West and Mexico is expected to overwhelm supply in the next half-century as the region grows. So the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation asked the public what to do about it.
From Western Water - March/April 2012
There are two constants regarding agricultural water use - growers will continue to come up with ever more efficient and innovative ways to use water and they will always be pressed to do more.
From Aquafornia - Thursday, Aug. 12, 2012
The Little Hoover Commission will be studying Governor Brown's reorganization plan on April 23 through the April 25. The possible move of the Delta Stewardship Council into the Resources Agency will be heard on Wednesday the 25th. The public will have time to comment during the hearing.