Snowpack well below average

Colorado River basin at 76% of normal level; state sits at 88%

Snow in the Elk Mountains west-southwest of Aspen, which drain into the White River Basin, is not as deep as it normally is this time of year.



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Snow in the Elk Mountains west-southwest of Aspen, which drain into the White River Basin, is not as deep as it normally is this time of year.

Like a clock ticking down in a college basketball playoff, time is running out on Colorado’s chances for a snowpack comeback this year. Snowpack levels in the Colorado River Basin and…




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