Weather http://kvpr.org en Forecasters: El Nino Not Likely To Help Ease Drought http://kvpr.org/post/forecasters-el-nino-not-likely-help-ease-drought <p>It's less likely an El Niño event will bring rain to parched California next fall or winter. And, as Ed Joyce reports from Sacramento, the drought is expected to continue next year.</p><p>National Weather Service <a href="http://www.climate.gov/news-features/blogs/enso/en-so">forecasters say</a> the chance of El Niño is about 70 percent during the Northern Hemisphere this summer and is close to 80 percent during the fall and early winter.</p> Fri, 11 Jul 2014 01:08:32 +0000 Ed Joyce - Capital Public Radio 35521 at http://kvpr.org Forecasters: El Nino Not Likely To Help Ease Drought Rain Might Fall But It Won't Fill The Valley's Deficit http://kvpr.org/post/rain-might-fall-it-wont-fill-valleys-deficit <p><span style="line-height: 1.5;">California’s drought is causing big concerns for residents and farmers up and down the state. But while a storm is expected to bring some precipitation to the area Thursday, </span>FM89’s<span style="line-height: 1.5;"> Ezra David Romero reports the valley’s rainfall deficit is actually worse than the season totals indicate. &nbsp;</span></p><p>---</p><p>According to independent meteorologist Steve Johnson, more moisture has evaporated from the ground than has actually fallen from the sky this rainy season.</p> Thu, 30 Jan 2014 01:23:39 +0000 Ezra David Romero 27803 at http://kvpr.org Rain Might Fall But It Won't Fill The Valley's Deficit