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A Far Too Rare Scene in These Parts in Recent Years: Flooding on Dry Creek
The latest storm to pass through Central California dropped 1.28 inches of rain in my backyard gauge, giving us 4.26 inches for the month of March, and about a third of a normal year's precipitation in the space of just ten days or so. By the time this last storm arrived, the watershed was saturated, and so Dry Creek...was not dry. It reached a peak flow of about 3,000 cubic feet per second