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More snow needed

By: Jake Putnam
Published in Video on  January 24, 2019
Snowpack throughout Idaho is below normal for mid-January—and is especially low in a band across the southwest and south-central part of the state that includes Boise and Sun Valley. But, a series of storm earlier this week has helped the snowpack situation but a dry spell is on the horizon. 
According to the Natural Resources Conservation Service, as of Monday, snowpack a across Idaho is just 70 percent of normal, and in the Little Wood Basin its just 57 percent of normal. It was 72 percent of normal in the Salmon River basin.

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