Although there are some bright spots in its findings, Arizona's Drought Interagency Coordinating Group recommended that the governor continue to declare a statewide drought emergency.
As November comes to a close, a high percentage of California's reservoirs fall below 50% capacity and are a fraction of historic averages.
Right now, snowpack -- a critical source of water to the Colorado River -- is looking good with Arizona leading the Basin states in high precipitation. But with La Nina, the outlook for the whole...
It is likely short-lived good news, but for now, snowpack in the Colorado Rockies is above average and may deliver much needed water to Lake Mead.
With record-breaking heat and a potential La Nina event on the way, California may face a fourth year of drought.
It's rare that La Nina happens three years in a row, but it's quite possible for 2022-2023. That's not good news for the Colorado River Basin states that are grappling with drought.