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No, California’s drought isn’t over. But this week, the state came to terms with the fact that the series of El Niño influenced storms has made a dent.

State officials say it’s far too early to declare the drought over — especially given that the rains seem to have focused on Northern California, while Southern California has seen comparatively little rain. But reservoir levels are rising, along with the snowpack. Both are key sources of water for the state.

Here is a look at how Northern California’s water situation has changed:

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