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California Snowpack Shrinks to 4% of Normal

Posted by feww on April 18, 2015

Average snow water equivalent in Calif. drops to 1.1 inch

Current Regional Snowpack from Automated Snow Sensors – Data as of April 17, 2015

NORTHERN SIERRA/ TRINITY
Number of Stations Reporting: 30
Average snow water equivalent: 1.0 inch (2.54cm)
Percent of April 1 Average: 3%
Percent of normal for this date: 3%

CENTRAL SIERRA
Number of Stations Reporting: 43
Average snow water equivalent: 1.4in
Percent of April 1 Average: 5%
Percent of normal for this date: 5%

SOUTHERN SIERRA
Number of Stations Reporting: 27
Average snow water equivalent 0.8in
Percent of April 1 Average: 3%
Percent of normal for this date: 3%

STATEWIDE
Number of Stations Reporting: 100
Average snow water equivalent 1.1in
Percent of April 1 Average: 4%
Percent of normal for this date: 4%

Source: The Department of Water Resources – California Data Exchange Center

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