Earlier this year, reports showed the several consecutive dry years combined with record supercharged California droughts. In 2014, temperatures were by far the highest – fueled mainly by a warmer than normal winter – in the 120 years of record-keeping. On average it was 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than the previous standard, set in 1934.
By 2014, even though precipitation was near average, the state got roughly as much usable water as in 1977, one of the lowest years on record, said Michael Dettinger of the U.S. Geological Survey.
The problem was that the combination of heat and lack of precipitation created the worst drought conditions in the state in 1200 years. While precipitation was low, it was not unprecedented. It was the heat that pushed the drought to the next level.....DOOM LEVEL IN 666 DAYS ....NOAH BRING THE ARK PLEASE