La Nina conditions to thank for our wet and cold winter
For nearly a decade Idaho has been in the throes of drought conditions plaguing local farmers and residents with water woes every summer. Last summer, many communities including Kuna were forced to shut-off irrigation earlier than usual in response to low water levels. Despite last summer's water troubles, current snow levels look promising, with the snow pack in southeast and southwest Idaho ranging from 80 to 90 percent of normal. In central and northern Idaho many basins are above normal including the Salmon, Payette and Weiser basins. ...
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