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Above Average Temperatures Predicted For San Diego This Week

April 7
By City News Service
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Temperatures Monday will peak in the high 70s to mid-80s in coastal areas, and high 80s to low 90s in the western valleys, 70s in the mountains, and high 80s to low 90s in the deserts.

Tapped-Out Farmers Applaud Escondido Decision To Recycle Wastewater

April 7
By Megan Burks
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Escondido is moving forward with a wastewater recycling program that could provide relief for farmers struggling with rising water costs.

Roundtable: Fewer Fire Engines; More Opera Intrigue; Scarce Ensenada Water

April 4
Midday Edition
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San Diego Fire & Rescue has 32 reserve engines in case of a major wildfire, but only three of them are ready to roll. The intrigue surrounding the San Diego Opera's demise is somewhat, um, operatic. Ensenada is facing a water shortage.

Drought Forces Ensenada To Ration Water — And It’s Only Spring

April 3
By Jill Replogle
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Due to a severe water crisis, many of Ensenada’s 320,000 inhabitants now only get water from their taps two or three times a week. The governor has declared a state of emergency because of the shortage.

Edison Bosses Sell $18M In Stock After Rate Deal

April 3
Associated Press
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Two top executives at Edison International pocketed $17.7 million by selling company stock when it climbed to its highest price since 2007, after Edison reached a major settlement involving the defunct San Onofre nuclear power plant in Southern California.

San Diego Beachgoers Advised To Stay Out Of Water Until Saturday Due To Urban Runoff

April 2
By City News Service
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San Diego County's environmental health department issues a general advisory to beachgoers to stay out of the water for the next 72 hours due to Wednesday morning's rainfall.

Pacific Storm Brings Snow, Showers To San Diego

April 2
By City News Service
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A cold Pacific storm system will bring quick bursts of heavy snow to the mountains of San Diego County Wednesday afternoon and mostly light to moderate rain to the rest of the region, meteorologists said.

Snowpack Remains Low; State And Feds To Increase Water Pumping

April 2
Amy Quinton, Capital Public Radio
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Snowpack in the Sierra Nevada is one-third of what it should be this time of year. Despite that, state and federal water managers say they will take advantage of recent precipitation and send more water to central and southern California.

Morning Showers Dry Up By Afternoon, But More Rain Forecast For Wednesday Morning

April 1
By City News Service
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Drier weather is in the forecast for this afternoon and evening before a second round of rain arrives Wednesday morning.

Strong Winds Expected For San Diego's Mountains, Deserts; Chance Of Rain In The West

April 1
By City News Service and Associated Press
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The National Weather Service scheduled a wind advisory for the mountains and deserts until 8 a.m., saying wind gusts of up to 65 miles per hour are possible near mountain ridge tops, along desert mountain slopes and into adjacent desert areas.