It's raining again in Phoenix. Here's what a wet spring could mean for Arizona's water supply
There is more rain falling Phoenix on Wednesday, which adds on to an already wet winter and early spring. But how much of an impact is all of that rain and snow having on the region’s water supplies?
To find out, The Show checked in with Joel Lisonbee. He’s a climatologist and drought information coordinator at the National Integrated Drought Information System within the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Lisonbee talked about are the latest data is saying about where we are in the west in terms of the drought, relative to all the precipitation we’ve gotten so far this winter.