Snowpack in Montana still well above normal as February starts

By | February 11, 2018

The Missoulian reports that out of all 12 western U.S. states, Montana was the only one with normal or better snowpack conditions in all basins within its borders as of Feb. 1, according to the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. “La Nina weather patterns this year have favored the northern tier states across the western U.S. and so far Montana and Wyoming have been the big winners,” said Lucas Zukiewicz, NRCS water supply specialist for Montana.” Read the full article here.

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