Not so long ago, California was in the middle of a deep drought but in June its snow water equivalent rose to a heaping 170 percent of normal. NASA shows in its latest video that satellites were capturing that change.
Peter Butera was 18, a model student, class president for all four years at Wyoming Area Secondary Center in Exeter, Pennsylvania. And at the last possible minute, he was going to tell them all what he really thought.
Children and residents play at the Stephen Leonard Park splash pad while attempting to cool off during a record breaking heat wave in Merced, Calif., on Wednesday, June 21, 2017. According to the National Weather Service in Hanford, the temperature reached triple digits on Wednesday.
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California's rise from the drought as told through satellite images