Actual revenues were $49.2 billion in that period, $3 billion AHEAD of the forecast made when the state budget was enacted. The extra revenue is more than accounted for by corporation and personal income tax receipts. If you wanted to worry about something, the fact that sales tax receipts - an indicator of economic activity - are below forecast levels would be something to which you could point.
On the other hand, unused borrowable resources - a measure of reserves that includes official reserves and other available cash - stood at an amazing $90.7 billion, above forecast levels and well above where that measure stood a year ago. So, even a slowdown in the state's economy would not produce a budget crisis, at least in the short run.
You can find the relevant data at https://sco.ca.gov/Files-ARD/CASH/October2022StatementofGeneralFundCashReceiptsandDisbursements.pdf.