Dry Weather Drops Basin Water Supply Forecast To 92 Percent Of Average; No Precip In Sight

With little recent precipitation across the region, Pacific Northwest snowpack building has been slowed during the New Year.

Frozen deposits needed to provide runoff down through the Columbia-Snake river system in spring and summer now are almost universally lingering in the slightly-below-average range. And little precipitation is forecast in the near term.

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