Water Levels Lookin Good

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The National Weather Service released some welcome news over the weekend regarding the state’s water supply. According to NOAA, the current water year precipitation is averaging 90 to 100 percent of normal across Wyoming. Mountain snowpack was 85 to 95 percent of median by early May while snowpack “water” numbers were the highest across basins in northwestern Wyoming—varying between 105 to 115 percent of median.  Above average snowmelt streamflow volumes are expected across the Snake River Watershed, although the Upper Green Basin as well as portions of the Little Wind River Drainage are still forecast to have below normal streamflow volumes during the upcoming snowmelt season. Wyoming reservoirs in the meantime are averaging 75 to 85 percent of capacity in early May which is actually above average for May at 105 to 115 percent of normal.

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