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Subject "Climate Change" Forecasters predicted that California would experience a third consecutive dry winte
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Original Message "California’s Mammoth Mountain ski resort officially broke the record for winter snowfall on Wednesday — by a whopping 27 inches, after two-and-a-half feet of snow fell on the Sierra Nevada in yet another storm.

Los Angeles ABC affiliate KABC-7 reported:

Mammoth Mountain has surpassed its all-time season snowfall record, and there is more on the way.

The resort has reported 695 inches of snowfall at the Main Lodge, which tops the old record by 27 inches, which was set in the 2010-2011 season.

The record was set after the mountain received 30 inches of snow overnight Tuesday into Wednesday.

California is experiencing its 13th “atmospheric river” of the season, with warm, moist air arriving and falling as rain and snow across the state.

Forecasters predicted that the state would experience a third consecutive dry winter, with La Niña conditions prevailing. However, the winter has turned out to be one of the wettest in recent memory, and has set records for snowfall across the mountains that provide much of California’s water supply.

Unfortunately, much of the water will be lost to the ocean, since the Golden State has not made significant upgrades to its water storage capacity in four decades."
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