Snowpack Update, Following Recent StormPosted February 27, 2008 by Robyn Suddeth
This latest storm may have botched my plans for a weekend in Tahoe to visit Tessa and Brooke, but I’m certainly not going to complain! Our weather system keeps fighting for a great, above-average water year here in California. I checked California’s data exchange center this morning, and we are already at 102% of the APRIL 1st average, which means that we are a whole month ahead of the curve. Any new snow we get in March can only bring us further and further over that average, translating to good water for rafting in Spring and Summer. Of course, the weather in March can still change things, but all in all we’re looking pretty good! So, like I’ve said before, keep those rain dances up and pray for more!