Monday, January 5, 2009

Snow continues to fall across Idaho

Snow-water equivalent percentages in snowpacks in the mountains above Idaho's 21 river basins, as reported Friday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service:

- Northern Panhandle region: 74 percent of average.
- Spokane River Basin: 77 percent.
- Clearwater Basin: 90 percent.
- Salmon Basin: 101 percent.
- Weiser Basin: 96 percent.
- Payette Basin: 96 percent.
- Boise Basin: 100 percent.
- Big Wood Basin: 97 percent.
- Little Wood Basin: 104 percent.
- Big Lost Basin: 100 percent.
- Little Lost, Birch basins: 96 percent.
- Medicine Lodge, Beaver, Camas basins: 103 percent.
- Henry's Fork, Teton basins: 95 percent.
- Snake Basin above Palisades: 97 percent.
- Willow, Blackfoot, Portneuf basins: 91 percent.
- Snake River above American Falls: 96 percent.
- Oakley Basin: 95 percent.
- Salmon Falls Basin: 104 percent.
- Bruneau Basin: 107 percent.
- Owyhee Basin: 97 percent.
- Bear River Basin: 87 percent.

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