Tuesday, October 05, 2021

It's official

The Chron reports: 

The water year has officially come to an end — and once again, the Bay Area has come up dry. ... A normal water year in San Francisco produces 23.65 inches of rain, but the city only saw 9.04 inches this past season. ...

Looking back over recent water years, the data shows below-normal percentages for all three Bay Area cities for half or more of the past six years — with the most recent the worst. 
Drought makes for beautiful dry days, a great opportunity to enjoy this city where getting outside is so easy. It's hard not to simply delight in them. 

But we have to learn to save water ...

The Chron adds further:

California vineyards can still make great wine even with limited water supply and droughts

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