Some parts of San Diego County have seen four times as much rain than normal for this month. Has it made any impact on the county’s drought stricken lakes?
Don't blame man-made global warming for the devastating California drought, a new federal report says.
Californians managed to reduce their daily water use by only 6.7 percent in October compared to the same period last year, far short of Gov. Jerry Brown's goal.
Residents are advised to turn off their irrigation systems as rain falls throughout the county to let Mother Nature do the work.
California's water year is off to a poor start with only light to moderate precipitation.
With drought relief in California a long way off, San Diegans are now getting a giant step closer to a more reliable, long-term water supply.
As California continues to experience a stifling drought, water use in San Diego County rose 6 percent in October compared to a year ago.
The contentious 35-mile-long tunnels are part of a plan designed to make it easier to pump water from the Sacramento River to Central Valley farms and Southern California cities.
The free barrels distributed to residents registered for the pilot program will collect rainwater, which has been scarce during one of California's most severe droughts on record.
A brief break in California's dry spell did little to improve drought conditions.