Hydrologists from the state Department of Water Resources took manual and electronic readings for the third time this winter and they found that water content in the Sierra snowpack is 124 percent of normal for this time of year...
The snowpack, which provides about one-third of the water for California through its runoff, dictates how much water will be delivered to farms and cities through the rest of the year. The state estimated it will be able to deliver 60 percent of the water requested.
And from the major Sacramento newspaper:
Water releases from Folsom Dam into the American River will more than triple over the next two hours to make room for the next wet storm moving into the Sacramento region.