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For the Record

Storm and snowpack: In the Dec. 16 California section, an article about the effects of a large storm on the state’s water supply said that the snowpack in the southern Sierra Nevada was at 21% of average after the storm when it was normally about 97% this time of year. In fact, the storm brought the snowpack to about 97% of normal.

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