Water Supply Outlook Summary


January 1 snowpack conditions range from 150 to over 200 percent of average over most of the northern Great Basin. Early season streamflow forecasts are representative of the snow conditions with April-July volumes expected to range from 110 to 160 percent of the 1961-90 average. Snowpack in the southern Great Basin is also above to much above average, but to a lesser extent with resulting streamflow forecasts that range from 90 to 120 percent of average.

April-July Volume Forecasts



Water Supply Outlook for the Eastern Great Basin - January, 1997
Colorado Basin River Forecast Center (http://www.cbrfc.gov)
Last Modified: Thursday, 09-Jan-1997 15:31:14 UTC