7 times the average, weighing an estimated 55 billion tons, according to Painter.

5 of the landmass in the Colorado River basin, but provides about 10 of its water.

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. . (User&39;s Guide for the Interpretation of the Basinwide Snowpack Projection Graphs.

The waters from a long-dry lake, resurrected by epic rains earlier this year, already lap at the levee of this Central Valley town of 22,000 people.

May 5, 2023 010. Contact your state water supply staff for assistance. Protecting Agriculture, Environment, Recreation & Water Supply for Western Colorado.

pdf file) More Snowpack Information (click on graphics to enlarge) Snowmelt Flood Potential Outlook. The snow-water equivalent the amount of liquid water in snow was at 147 of the historical average.

on May 19 snowpack statewide is 127 percent of median.


May 15, 2023 Across the Sierra Nevada, this years snowpack peaked at about 2. NWS Snowfall Analysis & Reports Colorado CoCoRaHS Reports NWS Monthly Snowfall Snowfall Reports Map (interactive) (from 1 to 72 hr slider) or 7am Contour Map.

(ft) Snow Water Equivalent. 888 280.


. Statewide Graph. pdf file) More Snowpack Information (click on graphics to enlarge) Snowmelt Flood Potential Outlook.

5 million irrigated acres of land 1. Upper Colorado River Basin HighLow graph April 8, 2021 via the NRCS. to display basin-wide snowpack projection graphs in the frame above. . Elev.

snowpack max date snowpack max amt pct of max amt animas river 9 10439 13.

In 2021, Upper Basin states, which include Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming, released a total of 161,000 acre-feet from Blue Mesa Reservoir in western Colorado and Flaming Gorge in southern Wyoming to shore. and Mexico, and supplies hydropower plants that generate more than 10 billion kilowatt-hours annually.

Apr 12, 2023 But March brought snowfall this year that built snowpack throughout the Upper Colorado River Basin.

California-Nevada Climate Applications Program (CNAP), a NOAA RISA team.


Monthly SWE Report, By SNOTEL Site Current Water Year Historic.

A hundred square miles of.