This came from the Colorado Basin River Forecast Center today:
March 2012 will go down in history as one of the warmest and driest on record in the Upper Colorado Basin. It has had big impacts on the snowpack (many SNOTEL sites on pace to melt out earlier than we've seen before) and forecasts (major decreases for much of the basin).
We will discuss both of those in detail on tomorrow's webinar at 10am MDT. You can sign up for that and future webinars online here:
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Thank-you, Kevin Werner