The state's two biggest reservoirs continue to fill up.
Butte County's Lake Oroville is now at 57.7 percent of capacity
and climbing. The lake is nearly five percent above it's historical
average for this date.
Lake Shasta sits at 52 percent of capacity but is still
roughly 16 percent below it's historical average.
The Department of Water Resources says in- flows to both
lakes remains consistent and those numbers will continue
to climb with run-off and snow melt