The first outlook of the Winter has been issued based on snowpack through January. Since then in Western Wyoming the first half of February has seen an additional impressive increase in snowpacks. Wyoming appears to be headed for a very favorable runoff this spring.
Wyoming Water Supply Outlook---February 12, 2014
Mountain snowpack across Wyoming was 115 to 120 percent of normal by early February. Snowpack "water" numbers and/or SWEs continued to be the highest across northeastern Wyoming—varying between 125 to 150 percent of average. SWEs were the lowest across southwestern Wyoming---varying from 85 to 100percent of normal.