The water content of the snowpack across Wyoming increased in the last week of December but remains below normal at 75% of the average.
Sensors show diminution from 100% two weeks ago as abnormally dry conditions emerge in north-central, southwest Wyoming.
Drainages hold 108 percent of median water content statewide following first measurement of spring.
Impressive accumulations and unstable snowpack have combined for a dangerous tally of massive slides this winter.
This mobile home survived the weekend floods. An abandoned trailer behind it didn’t.