California and Nevada received some much needed rain in late October.

A total 2.92 inches of rain fell October 23-24 at the Reno airport. The third highest two-day total recorded since record-keeping began in 1893.

And 5.44 inches of rain drenched downtown Sacramento on October 23rd marking the highest single day of rainfall since 1880.

Unfortunately, our drought and fire scared earth cannot always hold up to such a torrent. The above photo is Highway 70 in Plumas County.

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