California is getting drenched. So why can't it save water for the drought?

Jan 10, 2023 at 8:05am

Mary Louise Kelly, Erika Ryan, and Lee Hale

A bomb cyclone hit California this week, knocking out power, downing trees, and dumping massive amounts of water.

Some California residents are watching this precious H20 wash away and wondering, why can't we save the water for times when we desperately need it?

The state grapples with drought, but it's not as simple as putting out a big bucket, says hydrogeologist and professor at UC Santa Cruz, Andrew Fisher.

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