Thursday, May 11, 2017

The May 1 water supply forecasts for the western U.S.

The May 1 water supply forecasts for the western U.S. show well above average streamflow from California to Montana. States across this area are forecast for above 180% of normal runoff from the large snowpack in the region. In addition, most of the Pacific Northwest is forecast to be above average, whereas a few stations, mainly in Montana, South Dakota, Colorado, southern Utah, and New Mexico, are forecast to be below average

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