From ABC10 California has seen big changes in reservoir levels so far this rainy season and the trend is up for the foreseeable future. At the beginning of the water year for 2020-2021, some major reservoirs, such as Lake Oroville, were at record lows. California’s well-known reliance on water capture and transport was under severe strain until a record October storm provided quick relief. More storms in December have continued to add water to the big reservoirs and more snowpack which will become future water in the Spring and Summer. (more)