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NIDIS Intermountain West
Drought Early Warning System
February 11, 2020

Condition Monitoring Reports

Condition Monitoring Reports are submitted to CoCoRaHS by volunteers who are observing conditions in the region near where they take their observations. View Current Condition Monitoring Map.

Impacts Reports

San Juan County, Utah Extension Director: Above normal for snowfall and precipitation right now.  The events have been very timely and beneficial to improving conditions.

Central and Eastern UT: The general consensus is D1 is still appropriate for now.  They unfortunately have missed out on recent storm events and could be teetering on the edge of falling back into D2 if storms don't come in the next couple of weeks.

Front Range Colorado Water Managers: Very happy with above normal snowpack in the mountains and water supplies are looking good.