2018/2019 Snowpack and Water Year

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This shows where all the basins sit for snow water equivalent so far this year here in Utah. Every basin is at normal or above normal. It has to keep snowing for us to maintain this. But a damn better start than last year. I did not get my first day out on the splitboard last year until mid February. I already have two days in touring this season. It was really good up there on Sunday. Things are filling in. One more big storm and its game on everywhere.
 

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Well, an excellent start to the water year - for a change. Here is to hoping for an amazingly wet and snowy year (even though it compromises my high country walking access). For the environment!

This is as of yesterday 12/3.

View attachment 72342 https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/detailfull/ut/snow/products/data/?cid=nrcs141p2_034237


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NOHRSC Snow Model
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I was wondering what the percentages were looking like but hadn't looked into it yet. Thanks for sharing! Fingers crossed for a repeat of winter 2016-2017. My snowshoes are hungry for some deep snow trekking; they hardly got used last winter.
 

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