Water Supply Outlook Summary


June 1st forecasts changed little from those issued in May and continue to call for near to above average April-July runoff throughout the eastern Great Basin. With a few exceptions, forecasts generally range from 85 to 125 percent of the 1961-90 average in the Great Salt Lake Basin and 95 to 125 percent in the Sevier Lake Basin. The snowpack has been melting and is depleted at most lower elevation sites, and is highly variable at higher elevations. At higher elevations snowpack generally ranges from 50 to 150 percent of average.

April-July Volume Forecasts



Water Supply Outlook for the Eastern Great Basin - June, 1998
Colorado Basin River Forecast Center (http://www.cbrfc.gov)
Last Modified: Friday, 05-Jun-1998 12:09:00 MDT