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California's Lake Shasta set to fill completely

Lake Shasta could reach its full capacity this spring, following a high amount of rainfall in California.

The largest reservoir in California has been steadily rising since the beginning of March. It has gone up sharply since the start of the year, which saw its levels at 1,012 feet, compared to its current level on April 5 of 1,058 feet. The lake has risen by about 19 feet since the beginning of March alone.

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