The City of Clovis says the discoloration is because the hot weather has led to a sudden increase in the demand for water.
It says crews are flushing the water lines in the affected areas but the water is safe to drink.
Some areas of southeast Clovis have experienced discolored water in the last 24 hrs. We are aware of the issue & are flushing the lines in affected areas. The discoloration is caused by the sudden increase in water demand & flow due to recent higher temperatures. pic.twitter.com/zDObD3qcwI— City of Clovis, CA (@CityofClovisCA) April 26, 2019
It says the discoloration will clear up soon.