Drought woes worsen

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California's Lake Oroville is nearing a record low level, leaving boats stranded.

(KNVN) The lack of heavy rain is continuing to take a toll on lake levels across California, and some sections of Lake Oroville are nearly dry.

State officials are releasing six to seven inches a day from Lake Oroville to flow down the Feather River, and with no rains to replenish it the lake is dropping every single day.

It’s now at 650 feet above sea level, which is only four feet away from the all-time record low of 646 feet set back in 1977.

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