California's water year officially began in October, and it got off to a good start. This month, though, the state has been hit with multiple large storms that have brought above-average snow and rainfall. Mudslides, flooding and raging rivers resulted as reservoirs began to refill and the snowpack accumulated foot by foot in the Sierra Nevada. Is the state finally out of the woods? Here's a look at what that means for the state's more than 5-year-old drought.READ MORE ►
Out of the woods?
5 things to know about state's drought after big storms