Sierra Snowpack and Stream Flow Data / Maps

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Re: Sierra Snowpack and Stream Flow Data / Maps

Post by oldranger » Sun Apr 14, 2019 5:25 pm

paul wrote:
Mon Feb 18, 2019 5:02 pm
If you are looking for a quick, overall view for the whole range, rather than local detail, the easiest thing from the state is here:
This is updated roughly every working day - no weekends or holidays - and gives a quick visual. The default display is the biggest year, the lowest year, and the current year. At the top you can select from a list of years to include in the graph.
I added 2010-2011 to the graph and this year is remarkably similar. Depending on spring and early summer conditions should be similar this summer. If so then expect snow at 11,000 feet thru july in
central and N. sierra.


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Re: Sierra Snowpack and Stream Flow Data / Maps

Post by rightstar76 » Mon May 06, 2019 4:06 pm

Here's another one:

USDA Forest Service Sierra Snow Depth:

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