Water in the West

Recent snowstorms brings snowpack above average in Roaring Fork Watershed

February 4, 2014
Even though Western Colorado is still classified as "abnormally dry"... the heavy snowfall over the last week has been enough to push snowpack levels in the Colorado River Headwaters area up to around 120% of normal. KDNK's Eric Skalac spoke to Sarah Johnson of the Roaring Fork Conservancy to find out how the Roaring Fork Watershed is doing.

You can find up to date watershed and snowpack information on the Roaring Fork Conservancy's homepage
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