Mountain Snow Pack Still Above Average

By | June 11, 2017

Floaters fish McDonald Creek last week.

The Daily Inter Lake reports that the mountain snowpack in Northwest Montana remains well above average for mid-June, meaning there is still a lot of water waiting to melt into area rivers and streams. The snowpack in the Flathead Basin was at 146 percent of average as of June 1, and 180 percent compared to last year. Mountains west of the Continental Divide are at 135 percent of normal snowpack. Read the full story here.

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