SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- What we feared is now happening. According to new data released on Thursday, the Bay Area is now regressing in its progress with the drought due to the lack of significant rain in the region.
Now "extreme" drought has now made its way back into parts of the Bay Area.
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Mendocino County and parts of Sonoma County are back in "extreme" drought and the rest of the Bay Area is in "severe" drought.
Next week, when the next monitor comes out, we may see more regions expand into the "extreme" drought category.
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It's been almost two months since the Bay Area has seen any substantial rain.
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