Water Supply Outlook Summary

May 1 snowpack conditions in the eastern Great Basin ranged from 110 to over 250 percent of average in northern areas and 90 to 200 percent in southern areas. During April significant snowmelt occurred at lower elevations with little or no melt occuring at middle and high elevations. April-July streamflow volumes are expected to range from 100-170 percent of the 1961-1990 average in northern areas and 65-125 percent of average in southern areas.

April-July Volume Forecasts

Water Supply Outlook for the Eastern Great Basin - May 1, 1997
Colorado Basin River Forecast Center (http://www.cbrfc.gov)
Last Modified: Wednesday, 07-May-1997 15:52:30 UTC