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#Drought conditions continue in #KernCounty , with moderate drought in the south San Joaquin Valley, severe drought in the mountains from the #KernRiverValley  to #Tehachapi , and extreme drought status in #Ridgecrest 

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Dry weather and mostly sunny skies will prevail across the San Joaquin Valley through this weekend. High temperatures will be slightly above normal for late February. #CAwx 

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High temperatures Tuesday afternoon will be around five degrees above normal for this time of year. Max temperatures Wednesday afternoon will be three to five degrees lower than Tuesday afternoon. Dry weather will persist in the San Joaquin Valley through at least Saturday. #CAwx 

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Up in smoke: Burns in San Joaquin Valley vineyards, orchards may finally end

A 65-mile section of bullet train through the San Joaquin Valley that a contractor assured could be constructed much more cheaply, with radical design changes, has become another troubling and costly chapter in the high-speed rail project @RVartabedian 

Today (2/21) marks four weeks since @GavinNewsom  lifted regional stay-home orders, saying 4wk ICU capacity projections in all regions was above 15% (photo). No data from CA officials since 2/16, but projections likely way off in SoCal (now: 14.8%) & San Joaquin Valley (now: 13%).

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A warming trend will continue across the San Joaquin Valley through Friday. Saturday will be a little cooler with breezy to windy conditions. Trending warmer again early next week with high temperatures several degrees above normal. #CAwx 

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A warming trend is expected Wednesday through Friday. A weak storm system will impact Central California Friday through Saturday, resulting in only a slight chance of rain in the San Joaquin Valley. #CAwx 

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Here is a simulated radar loop from a high-resolution computer model. Snow will begin in the Sierra Nevada above 7,000 feet late this afternoon. Rain will develop in the northern portion of the San Joaquin Valley this evening, before slowly spreading southward tonight. #CAwx 

Rain amounts this evening through Friday morning will be lowest in the southwestern portion of the San Joaquin Valley and in the Kern County desert. Snow levels will start at around 7,000 feet this afternoon, before falling to about 5,000 feet Friday morning. #CAwx 

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Breaking: Southern California will likely face extended stay-at-home order after holiday surge in coronavirus cases In the Southern California and San Joaquin Valley regions, the current available ICU capacity stands at 0%.

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Nowhere in California is the hospital crisis from COVID-19 worse than in the San Joaquin Valley, where intensive care bed capacity hit 0% this weekend. However, many residents still resist public health orders.

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The fragile medical system in the San Joaquin Valley is made up of exhausted staff, working long hours seven days a week, that rarely take off their protective gear because the entire area is the “dirty zone.”

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ICU capacity by region: • Bay Area: 13.1% • Greater Sacramento Region: 11.3% • Northern California: 25.8% • San Joaquin Valley: 0.7% • Southern California: 0.0% For more information,

Though Central California is the first area in the state to hit 0% ICU capacity, it will not be the last. Data shows the entire San Joaquin Valley’s ICU capacity is down to 5.6%, and the Southern California region is hovering around 10.1%.

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Around 27 million Southern California and San Joaquin Valley residents will be under a stay-at-home order starting Sunday night after the ICU capacity in the regions fell below 15%, triggering a mandate issued by the governor this week

#COVID19 UPDATE: ICU capacity by region: • Bay Area: 20.9% • Greater Sacramento Region: 14.3% • Northern California: 27.1% • San Joaquin Valley: 4.2% • Southern California: 9.0% For more information:

Breaking: Stay-at-home order will be imposed in Southern California and San Joaquin Valley beginning Sunday night.

Last week, I drove through California's San Joaquin Valley, where hundreds of thousands of workers pick and pack almonds, melons, carrots, grapes and much of the other healthy produce we eat. The air was smoky. Temperatures soared past 100 by midday.

Groundwater pumping in California’s San Joaquin Valley has caused the ground to sink. How much? Our scientists study

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