Right now, snowpack -- a critical source of water to the Colorado River -- is looking good with Arizona leading the Basin states in high precipitation. But with La Nina, the outlook for the whole...
It is likely short-lived good news, but for now, snowpack in the Colorado Rockies is above average and may deliver much needed water to Lake Mead.
With record-breaking heat and a potential La Nina event on the way, California may face a fourth year of drought.
It's rare that La Nina happens three years in a row, but it's quite possible for 2022-2023. That's not good news for the Colorado River Basin states that are grappling with drought.
An unusual La Niña pattern will result in more drought in the southwest. The event is expected to continue for the third year in a row.