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Delinquent Water Bills Could Create Problems For Consumers, Providers

Jan. 25
By Erik Anderson

State water customers and the agencies that rely on them are in trouble because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Second Of Three Storms Expected In San Diego County Sunday Night

Jan. 24
By City News Service

Another colder storm is expected to hit San Diego County Suday night with showers breaking out in the evening and becoming widespread overnight through early Monday.

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Rain Brings Urban Runoff Danger To Beaches, Bays

Jan. 23
By City News Service

San Diego residents were warned Saturday by county health officials to avoid the water at all coastal beaches and bays because of the danger of dangerous levels of bacteria caused by urban runoff from the day's rainstorm.

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Rain, Snow In Mountains Predicted For San Diego County

Jan. 23
By City News Service

Cool weather was forecast Saturday for San Diego County with periods of rain and snow in the mountains, but showers will be more numerous in the afternoon and evening before winding down late at night, the National Weather Service said.

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Southern California Rainfall Likely To Be Below Average For Year

Jan. 22
By City News Service

The Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego has placed the odds of reaching an average amount of precipitation in Southern California this year at just 20%.

The Colorado River Basin continues to be sapped...

Upper Colorado River Drought Plan Triggered For First Time

Jan. 22
Luke Runyon / KUNC

The 24-month study released in January by the Bureau of Reclamation, which projects two years of operations at the river’s biggest reservoirs, showed Lake Powell possibly dipping below an elevation of 3,525 feet above sea level in 2022.

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Winter Storm Bears Down On San Diego Area

Jan. 22
By City News Service

Following a spell of unseasonably warm and dry Santa Ana conditions in the San Diego area, a cold storm will return wintry weather — including widespread rainfall and mountain snow — to the region this weekend, forecasters said.

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San Diego County Water Authority Completes First Aqueduct Project In North County

Jan. 21
By City News Service

The project renovated and replaced dozens of structures on two large-diameter pipelines which delivered the first imported water to the San Diego region in 1947 and remains a part of the regional water delivery system.

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New President Gives Environmentalists Hope For Planet's Future

Jan. 21
By Erik Anderson

Environmentalists are hopeful the Biden administration will reverse the destructive climate policies under the Trump administration.

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Stiff Santa Ana Winds Remain In San Diego Area

Jan. 20
By City News Service

Strong Santa Ana winds were expected to continue blowing in the San Diego area Wednesday, along with a chance of showers throughout the county.

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