April 1, 2023
Is it the beginning of the end of the drought?
SOUTHLAND – (INT) – The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) will no longer mandate emergency restrictions on water use for nearly 7 million people across the Southland.

Winter storms are helping reverse conditions that severely limited the availability of state water supplies.

Since last June, residents of Los Angeles, Ventura and portions of San Bernardino counties have been limited to outdoor watering to one day a week.

Although the MWD is no longer requiring these restrictions, local water agencies may still have mandatory measures in place.

In spite of generous rainfall and near-record amounts of snow in the mountains, the MWD says Southern California remains in a water supply deficit.
Story Date: March 24, 2023
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