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el Nino bringing a lot of rain and snow in northern California forcing some reservoirs don't let out water attack stunning residence in creating a new challenge in the fight against the worst drought on record how to convince people to keep skating Reuters reporter Sharon Bernstein itself pretty hard south to the homeowner , the training water from the reservoir doesn't mean the drought is over since Jane hunt at the federal agency managing the reservoirs in a very warm storm came through and it rained upon the mountains where the snow and and all of that water came down at once we want to make sure that we can regulate traffic flow down into the lower American river so if you're balancing act keeping enough water for this summer without causing a wide little reservoir would fill the water to a battle where Shane in standing but it's dangerous to keep the reservoir opal when more rain and snow is expected resident like Rick Williams who leaded laden died to save water it just doesn't add up what defensive there's all the water that we saved all that water was lost in the ocean Springsteen fans water agencies are struggling to explain California's emergency drought measures which were recently extended people are developing conspiracy theories I think that water district , they are , they're getting a lot of push back , from there can