Snow data shows most of Idaho with below-average snowpack

How much difference a month can make: The Jan. 4 SNOTEL data showed the Clearwater River basin running ahead of average, but as of Feb. 1, the basin had slipped from 102 percent of the 1981-2010 median to 87 percent. Parts to the south and west saw their snow-water equivalent scores climb from the mid 50s and high 60s into the 70s and 80s, and the Salmon region – which stretches across most of central Idaho – saw its score tick up from 74 to 81 percent of the median.

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