tmathews wrote:peter303 wrote:I like the coloured snow map here ftp://ftp-fc.sc.egov.usda.gov/CO/Snow/snow/watershed/daily/co_update_snow.pdf.
Its kind of weird. The north has record snow and the south borders the Texas drought.
Basin-wide averages have increased in the southern mountains (was down to 68% and 76% in the Rio Grande and San Juan Basins, respectively) in today's update. Remember to check the individual SNOTEL sites (linked in this thread) for localized information.
Most of southern colorado is still well below average, while northern colorado is generally well above average