California braces for fourth year of drought as groundwater drilling frenzy ensues

Despite historic rainfall to begin 2023, California is bracing for a fourth consecutive year of drought. People in the state have long bolstered the increasingly scarce water supply by pumping from an underground basis. But as KCBS meteorologist Evelyn Taft discovered on a trip to the San Joaquin Valley, people are overdrafting groundwater.

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