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March 27, 2013 1:49 PM

Sierra snowpack falls short

Snow-surveying crews across the Sierra are seeing bad news up close this week. California has about half a snowpack. April 1 is the unofficial end of the snowfall season -- this year, following a miserably dry January, February and March. City officials, industry leaders and farmers will get a good idea of how much water to expect when the snow melts.

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