Basin Water Supply Dropping With Most Watersheds Well Below Normal, Setting Up Low Expectations For The Year

After nearly a month of cold weather and heavy snow across the Columbia River basin, giving fisheries managers hope that there would be plenty of streamflow this summer for salmon and steelhead, February has been drier and warmer than normal, leaving the basin water supply at just 75 percent of average, as measured at The Dalles Dam.

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