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  • Watch the May 2017 snow survey that found a snowpack of 190 percent

    At Phillips Station, a massive field near Echo Summit, the season’s final snow survey - May 2017 - brought further evidence of winter’s bounty. The Department of Water Resources said it found 49.5 inches of snow and “snow water equivalent” of 27.8 inches. That amounts to 190 percent of average for May 1. The statewide snowpack average was 42.5 inches of snow water equivalent, or 196 percent of average.

Watch the May 2017 snow survey that found a snowpack of 190 percent

At Phillips Station, a massive field near Echo Summit, the season’s final snow survey - May 2017 - brought further evidence of winter’s bounty. The Department of Water Resources said it found 49.5 inches of snow and “snow water equivalent” of 27.8 inches. That amounts to 190 percent of average for May 1. The statewide snowpack average was 42.5 inches of snow water equivalent, or 196 percent of average.
Department of Water Resources