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Monday, July 20, 2015

CA welcomes drought reprieve?

In most Major League Baseball (MLB) cities, sky watching precedes game watching.  Rain delays and game postponements are routine.

But not in Southern California.  The following account and 'social current see' tell the story about how a real rain storm brought and ending to two MLB games this weekend before they started in Anaheim and San Diego.

What matter to a majority of local citizens was the potential ending of a prolonged drought for the region.

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