April-July runoff volumes are expected to range from near 70 to 110 percent of the 1961-1990 average in the Great Salt Lake Basin. This is an increase over forecasts issued last month due to a wetter than average February and resultant increase in the snowpack. The opposite scenario was observed in the Sevier Lake Basin where below average precipitation occurred. April-July runoff in this area is expected to range from 55 to 75 percent of average. As of March 1st snowpack ranges from near 75-125 percent of average in the Great Salt Lake Basin and 60-90 percent in the Sevier Lake Basin.