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Bitterroot Mountains
Snow in the Bitterroot Mountains. (Fullerton Photo)
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Western Montana Snowpack – It’s a Dry Heat

The Bitterroot drainage snowpack is at 98 percent of average, but that's down 9 percent from last month, according to the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).

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Roaring Lion Creek
Roaring Lion Creek was living up to its name last week. (Fullerton Photo)
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Snow Levels and Lack of Rain May Lead to Dry Season

The snowfall was a little below normal and rainfall was much lower than expected in Southwest Montana this spring.

USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service has released its streamflow forecast for the Bitterroot River drainage, which is Ravalli County's major river

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Bitterroot River
A spring float on the Bitterroot River. (KLYQ Photo)
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Diminishing Bitterroot Snowpack May Lower Summer Streamflow

With another month of less than expected snowfall, the Bitterroot River drainage is now the lowest percentage in Montana, with 85 percent of average.

The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) reported weather patterns in March favored the northern part of Montana with more snow in the St Mary-Milk River Basin with 108 of average at the beginning of April, a gain of about 5 percent

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bitterroot river
Ice along the Bitterroot River. (KLYQ Photo)
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Bitterroot River Snowpack and Streamflow are Now Below Average

Now, recreationists and farmers and ranchers are looking at the streamflow forecasts for the valley.

The most recent figures from the USDA Natural Resources and conservation Service (NRCS) show the levels are below average and much below levels last year

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Lost Horse
Looking up Lost Horse Canyon of the Bitterroot Mountains. (KLYQ Photo)
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Snowpack Drifts Lower in the Bitterroot Mountains

The latest snow survey shows only 86 percent of average snowpack in the Bitterroot River drainage.

The monthly survey by the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) showed the Bitterroot and the rest of Western Montana snowfields below average

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st marys peak
Snow on St Mary's Peak. (KLYQ File Photo)
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Montana Snow Levels Vary Widely

Bitterroot River drainage is a little below average.

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