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Streamflows remain low as do inflows into reservoirs due to cold temperatures
keeping the snowpack intact according to the May Water Supply Outlook Report
just released by the
Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).
“The current snowmelt
rates are about a half an inch per day and the soil can absorb that,” said Ron
Abramovich, Idaho NRCS Water Supply Specialist. “The high elevation snowpack
hasn't started to melt yet due to the cool spring temperatures. But, the
snowpacks are below their seasonal peaks so there is not a lot of snow up there
to sustain streamflows.”
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... Water Supply Outlook Report
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