As the season moved into more spring-like patterns, snow accumulations now more-closely resemble seasonal averages. According to the Natural Resources Conservation Service, accumulations in local river basins are at or nearly equal to the 30-year average. Currently, the Snake River Basin has 95% of average snow depth and 93% of the water content. Further north, the Yellowstone river basin and Wind River basin are reporting 101% of normal snow accumulation and 100% of the average water content. The Upper Green River Basin above Pinedale is now at 98% of normal snow depth containing 94% of the average water content. The state average is now 99% of normal compared with last year’s average at this same time of 115%.