Juan Browne reviews current Flood Management in Southern San Joaquin Valley

The dry historic Tulare Lake has been authorized to refill in order to relieve upstream flooding.

As snowpack is at 270% above average, decisive action is being taken to mitigate expected water runoff as the season begins to turn towards summer. Recent heavy storms have led to reservoirs to reach capacity ahead of the melting season, signaling the need for prompt action. Juan Browne examines the status of the situation and offers insight on the matter.

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