Posted on | March 30, 2016 | No Comments
Eight days ago the reservoir north of town was less than a third of capacity. With the upstream snow pack nearly depleted, new storms would be necessary for significant improvement.
We’re on the tail end of an early spring storm that blanketed the valley under several inches of wet snow, and 3 day totals recorded at locations around the valley range from 1 – 2″ of water. We’ve received a blessing in this storm.
How much this storm will raise the level of the reservoir remains to be seen, but it was a pretty spot to be for a pale blue sunset tonight:
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