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It's crazy that will all that snow / moisture we received over the weekend, that SouthWest Utah is still at only 63%. We had all of our softball games cancelled Friday and Saturday in St. George because of snow! The fields were soggy. And yet, 63%.

maybe this week will get us up to 70%? :(


The good news is that the Beaver got hit good. That is good news for Minersville, but may still not be good enough.

We also got hit hard on the Boulder, and in southeast Utah. Again, good news for Lake Powell, but my still not be good enough. Below average snowpack on top of an already low lake could spell big problems by this time next year.
 

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Everything in Colorado is tracking low as well though a little better than Utah. Powell could be in horrible shape unless we get massive April storms.

It's been great to see snow in Cedar even if it doesn't catch us up. My backyard had 1" of fine dust until this last storm series. It's never been like that since we bought the property.

Fingers crossed for the rest of the season and hopefully a real monsoon materializes this summer.
 
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