Today's snowpack measurement in the Sierras could hold some good news, but don't expect to hear a declaration that the statewide drought is over. Given the state's burgeoning population, multiple demands on existing water supplies and the possible effects of climate change on weather patterns, experts think California could be headed down a very dry path. David Gorn reports as part of our ongoing Climate Watch initiative. Reporter: David Gorn
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