The atmospheric river that drenched West Marin with record October rainfall downed trees and power lines, put a dramatic end to fire season, and brought rainfall totals for the month to more than a foot in some places. But despite its intensity, the storm won’t mean much for the drought unless it is followed by an especially wet winter . . .

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