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Colorado River is shrinking: What this means for water supplies

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The Colorado River supplies seven states and 40 million people with water, but it’s now about 20% smaller than it was 20 years ago. NBC’s Steve Patterson reports for TODAY on the new reality impacting people from coast to coast, and Al Roker is tracking the rainfall forecast. 

Arizona and Nevada face another round of water cuts as drought hammers Colorado River levels