Snowpack in the region remains near normal for this time of year according to the Natural Resources Conservation Service. The agency’s Monday report shows the Snake River Basin is at 106% of the 30-year average while the Yellowstone basin which includes Two Ocean Plateau is at 107% of the average. At the same time, the report indicates the water content for the two basins are 135% and 136% of normal respectively. For skiers, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort reports 30 inches at the summit and 18 inches at mid-mountain while Grand Targhee is reporting a 40 inch base. Snow King is reporting five inches on the upper mountain at this time.