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Year ahead may be dry for Lodi area

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Posted: Friday, January 13, 2012 12:00 am

While the lack of rain has made for some beautiful winter weather, the region is desperate for some moisture.

About 95 percent of Central Valley rainfall hits between October and March. January marks the middle of the rainy season with only 5.64 inches of rain in the Mokelumne River Basin to show for it, making it the second driest year on record, according to a hydrology report prepared by East Bay Municipal Utility District.

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