2008 Spring Runoff
Essentially, this year was a favorable year for Northern Utah with an average to below average year for Southern Utah.
Almost all reservoirs filled in the state, with Bear Lake and a few others under construction not filling. Lake Powell has risen 42 feet since March. This brings the level to 61.4% full, and 69 feet below full pool elevation.
The summary of the runoff encompasses temperature and precipitation data from October through May, along with snowpack summaries, hydrologic conditions, and hydrographs from selected rivers and streams.
Equatorial conditions which influence long range weather forecasts and short term weather forecasts are also included.
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