The state of California is in its fourth year of drought conditions, and it does not look like there will be any real relief anytime soon. Meteorologists say that Californians can expect a small amount of precipitation in the form of an Atmospheric River, but it will not be enough to fill the void necessary to bring them out of the drought.
The Morins noted that in the right conditions, the lack of rainfall in the area could spark wildfires. This is a state known for extreme wildfire conditions. If high winds begin to blow through, it could result in the growth of wildfires and the danger to citizens in the area. It is a situation that officials are aware of and have prepared for.