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Final snow survey confirms high waters ahead Officials from the Department of Water Resources (DWR) made their last trek of the season to the Sierra Nevada Monday morning to perform the final snow survey of the season. The results illustrated that California will have a plentiful water supply throughout the summer, which is good news for area farmers, boaters and residents. However, officials urge that we will need to be conservation minded despite the positive news. "California’s cities and farms can expect good water supplies this summer,” said DWR Acting Director Bill Croyle. “But this ample snowpack should not wash away memories of the intense drought of 2012-2016. California’s precipitation is the most variable in the nation, and we cannot afford to stop conserving water.” Monday’s survey at Phillips Station found a Snow Water Equivalent (SWE) of 27.8 inches, 190 percent of the May 1 long-term average there (14.6 inches). Electronic measurements indicate the water content of the statewide snowpack today is 42.5 inches, 196 percent of the May 1 average. The SWE of the northern Sierra snowpack is 39.9 inches (199 percent of average); the central and southern Sierra readings are 47.1 inches (202 percent of average) and 37.6 inches (180 percent of average), respectively. While previous readings insured us that there would be plenty of water this season, the most recent readings will help hydrologists forecast spring and summer snowmelt runoff into rivers and reservoirs. The melting snow supplies approximately one-third of the water used by Californians. Snowpack water content is measured manually on or near the first of the month from January to May. The Phillips snow course, near the intersection of Highway 50 and Sierra-at-Tahoe Road, is one of hundreds surveyed manually throughout the winter. Manual measurements augment the electronic readings from about 100 sensors in the state’s mountains that provide a current snapshot of the snowpack’s water content. The first of April is normally when snowpack water content is at its peak. Frank Gehrke, chief of the California Cooperative Snow Surveys Program, conducted DWR’s survey Monday and said that 2017 has been “an extremely good year in terms of the snowpack.” Gehrke said the snowpack is encouraging in terms of surface water supplies. “The thing we’re looking out for is primarily the southern Sierra, where we have full reservoirs and in some cases a huge snowpack,” he said.
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