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  • Skiers enjoyed record early season snowfall at Sugar Bowl Ski Resort in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months..CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The Wall Street Journal.CALWATER
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  • Skiers enjoyed record early season snowfall at Sugar Bowl Ski Resort in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months.
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  • Skiers enjoyed record early season snowfall at Sugar Bowl Ski Resort in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months.
    CALWATER_03.jpg
  • A skier enjoys record early season snowfall at Sugar Bowl Ski Resort in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months.
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  • A skier enjoys record early season snowfall at Sugar Bowl Ski Resort in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months.
    CALWATER_05.jpg
  • A car is buried under record early season snowfall in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months..CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The Wall Street Journal.CALWATER
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  • A car is buried under record early season snowfall in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months..CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The Wall Street Journal.CALWATER
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  • Alexander Jimenez works to dig out a propane tank buried under record early season snowfall in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months..CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The Wall Street Journal.CALWATER
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  • Alexander Jimenez works to dig out a propane tank buried under record early season snowfall in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months..CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The Wall Street Journal.CALWATER
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  • Alexander Jimenez works to dig out a propane tank buried under record early season snowfall in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months..CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The Wall Street Journal.CALWATER
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  • Alexander Jimenez works to dig out a propane tank buried under record early season snowfall in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months..CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The Wall Street Journal.CALWATER
    CALWATER_11.jpg
  • Alexander Jimenez works to dig out a propane tank buried under record early season snowfall in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months..CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The Wall Street Journal.CALWATER
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  • Alexander Jimenez, left, and Kevin Schott, right, work to dig out a propane tank buried under record early season snowfall in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months..CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The Wall Street Journal.CALWATER
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  • Kevin Schott, left, and Alexander Jimenez, right, work to dig out a propane tank buried under record early season snowfall in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months..CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The Wall Street Journal.CALWATER
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  • Alexander Jimenez works to dig out a propane tank buried under record early season snowfall in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months..CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The Wall Street Journal.CALWATER
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  • A vacation home is buried under record early season snowfall in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months..CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The Wall Street Journal.CALWATER
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  • A snowplow works to clear record early season snowfall in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months..CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The Wall Street Journal.CALWATER
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  • A snowblower works to clear record early season snowfall in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months..CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The Wall Street Journal.CALWATER
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  • A snowblower works to clear record early season snowfall in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months..CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The Wall Street Journal.CALWATER
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  • A snowblower works to clear record early season snowfall in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months..CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The Wall Street Journal.CALWATER
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  • Signs advertise ski rentals and lift tickets in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months..CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The Wall Street Journal.CALWATER
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  • Cort Meredith clears snow from his deck in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months..CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The Wall Street Journal.CALWATER
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  • Cort Meredith clears snow from his deck in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months..CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The Wall Street Journal.CALWATER
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  • Cort Meredith clears snow from his deck in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months..CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The Wall Street Journal.CALWATER
    CALWATER_24.jpg
  • Cort Meredith clears snow from his deck in Soda Springs, Calif., January 6, 2011. California has already received 80% of its normal annual precipitation in the first two months of a rainy season that lasts another four months..CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The Wall Street Journal.CALWATER
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