The effects of the El Nino weather system that helped end California's three-year drought are still being felt in businesses and farms throughout Lodi. On average, days in May have been nearly five degrees cooler than normal, according to AccuWeather.com, a private forecasting firm.
This month has seen storms, gloomy skies and a wide fluctuation in temperatures that have affected growers and merchants throughout the region. Data collected at the Stockton MetropolitanAirport shows the high temperature for the month was 88 degrees and the low was 36 degrees, said Paul Walker, senior meteorologist for AccuWeather.
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