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February 18, 2019

Cal Poly researcher looks back at California’s mega-drought

Drought has long been a part of California’s history. There is archeologic evidence that shows periods of below-normal rainfall have lasted for more than 50 years in the past. A Cal Poly professor is looking back at those so-called mega-droughts to see what we might be able to learn about the area’s climate in the future.

New law changes process for car dealerships

It’s been a little over a month since California rolled out its new law for car dealers, ensuring all newly purchased cars drive off the lots with temporary license plates.

A cold week ahead

The cool air is actually much drier than the atmospheric river air of last week, so even though some showers are expected Wednesday into Thursday; lighter amounts (under .40″ is expected). The air is also cold so we’ll be following potentially low snow levels mid-week, in the night and morning hours it could drop as low as 1500-2000 ft.

Cleaning cuts flu risk

Flu season is peaking across the country, and it’s still not too late to get a flu vaccine.

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