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California Drought: Did we have our last triple digit day? Plus fall is getting warmer in California
World’s largest dam demolition begins—can the dammed Klamath River finally find salvation?
As four aging hydroelectric dams are demolished, tribes and communities along the Klamath River wait anxiously to see what the future holds.
California Drought: Hilary removes what little drought remained; Fire season just getting started
Tropical Storm Hilary wiped out remaining SoCal drought. Meanwhile, the worst of fire season may still be yet to come as north winds become more prevalent.
California Drought: A slow start to the Southwest Monsoon
Though we're used to being dry this time of the year in Northern California, it's supposed to be the rainy season in the Southwest U.S. What happened?
As work begins on the largest US dam removal project, tribes look to a future of growth
Work has begun on the largest dam removal project in U.S. history. Crews have mostly dismantled the first of four dams along the Klamath River.
California Drought: Where in the world is El Niño? What the stall means for weather, water and more
El Niño replaced La Niña a few months ago, but has since stalled out. ABC10 meteorologist looks at why this happened, and what it means for California going forward.
California heatwave continues with another day in the triple digits; Sierra offers no relief
Here's how the triple-digit temperatures are breaking down across Northern California and increasing heath risks across the region.
California sees mild weather while Earth shatters daily average record temperatures
The past week featured the seven hottest days on Earth in recorded history due to climate change and El Niño
California Drought: Earth sets hottest days on record while California stays mild
Earth just suffered through days of record setting heat, even though California had a very mild week. ABC10 meteorologist Brenden Mincheff takes a deeper look.
California Drought: Water levels update, warming nights, and Delta's importance
ABC10 meteorologist Brenden Mincheff looks at the snowpack & water storage amid the heatwave, how climate change is making nights warmer, & the Delta's key role
Cool spring was 'best case scenario' for snowmelt and river levels
Spring was unusually cool in Northern California this year, allowing for a manageable snowmelt period in what could've been a far more dangerous situation
California Drought: Lingering snowpack, full water reservoirs, and 'climate stripes'
It's now officially summer in Northern California and there is still snow in the Sierra! Plus, ABC10 meteorologist Brenden Mincheff shows 'California's stripes.'
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