After suffering through years of drought, California has received so much rain and snow this season that dams are being closely watched and reservoirs are threatening to overflow – except at Lake Berryessa, which has a giant “glory hole” spillway draining 150 cubic feet of water per second into the creek below, drawing onlookers, TV cameras and a sky full of drones. (Eric Risberg/Associated Press)

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