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By Lucas Walsh
Cheney Free Press 

Water supply forecast released


Last updated 2/21/2023 at 12:20pm

SPOKANE – Forecasts from the Natural Resources Conservation Service shows a probability for above-normal precipitation and temperatures across Washington.

This annual report opens with a general outlook, indicating among other things that much of Washington remains in a D0 status, which is abnormally dry. Most of Spokane county, however, is below D0 on the drought intensity scale.

Spokane river basin snowpack was measured at 133% of the median, compared with last year's 105%.

Precipitation charts for December show Spokane county at 120% of average, compared with the water-year percent of...

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