Does Southern California Have Enough Water?

Does Southern California Have Enough Water?

Southern California has enough water stored up to get through this year and next year without implementing mandatory water reductions, according to USA Today, but some rural areas that depend on rainfall and reservoirs for their water have been forced to impose water limits on households.

The small city of Willits, for example, has only 89 days of water left if it doesn’t rain.

Scientists have warned about “megadroughts” that could be returning to California, noting that some previous droughts in the state have lasted 10 to 20 years.