Basin Water Supply Forecast Drops To 93 Percent Of Average; Willamette Now Only At 14 Percent Normal

The Cascade Mountains that stretch north and south through Oregon and Washington have been in relatively drier straits this winter through early February but most of the rest of the Columbia River basin is at or near normal in terms of snow-water accumulations that fill streams for fish, irrigators, power producers and others during the spring and summer seasons.

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