INTERVIEW: Drought Conditions and Rain Forecast for the North Bay Region

FILE - This Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019 file photo shows California's mountains glistening with snow behind the Los Angeles skyline and homes above a normally-brown hillside. In just a matter of weeks, a very wet winter has greatly reduced drought conditions in California as a series of storms coated mountains with heavy blankets of snow and unleashed drenching rains. The U.S. Drought Monitor reports Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019 that about a third of the state has no significant dryness and only about 10 percent of the state falls into categories of drought. (AP Photo/Damian Doverganes, File)


Meteorologist and Drought Expert from NOAA, Rich Tinker, provides an update on where we stand with our rain totals so far this season, where we stand with the levels of our reservoirs, and where the worst spot is in California for drought conditions, and what the models are showing as far as the remainder of our rain season: