The Middle Rio Grande irrigation season starts early with improved snowpack, but water managers urge conservation due to storage restrictions and reliance on monsoon rains for summer/fall supply.
Utah's water worries ease as snowpack surges and reservoirs reach 82% capacity, a dramatic improvement from last year.
Recent snowfalls across the Colorado River Basin states are bolstering snowpack levels, offering a glimmer of hope for the region's water resources. Explore the importance of snowpack and its impact...
California's Department of Water Resources reports snowpack at 58% of average, indicating below-normal water supply forecast.
California's water outlook is uncertain with below-average snowpack, despite El Niño. Nonetheless, preparations are underway for potential floods.
A dry winter start threatens the West's Colorado River water supply, but the next few months can turn the situation around.