Aquifers Seeing Replenishment Following Recent Downpours

Amidst less than encouraging circumstances and developments with regard to a host of other issues at multiple levels throughout San Bernardino County, officials with the various water agencies and water companies in the region are reporting that static water levels for virtually all wells have improved in the last month.
Local aquifers and water tables have been replenished by six solid days of rain in San Bernardino County and more modest rainfall on a handful of other days this month after a very dry February and January.
In addition, the March storms dumped more than two feet of snow on the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Nearly the same amount of snow fell on the San Bernardino Mountains and the eastern San Gabriel Mountains.
As of this morning there had been 1.71 inches of rain in the county seat of San Bernardino in March.

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