Snowpack levels better than last year

By | March 8, 2016

View of the RockiesThe Daily Inter Lake reports that high-elevation snowpack levels and streamflow forecasts for Northwest Montana are looking good this year, especially compared with declining numbers by this time last year.
Snow water equivalent — a measure of the water currently locked up as high-elevation snowpack — is slightly below average for the year in the region’s two main river basins, according to a monthly report from the National Resources Conservation Service. Read the full story here.

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