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National Integrated Drought Information System
While the Snow Piles Up Across California and the Great Basin, Snow Drought Concerns Have Popped Up in Parts of the Northwest and Southern Colorado
Abnormally dry (D0) conditions drop to less than 2% coverage in the region. The lack of snow is still a concern.
Recent Series of Atmospheric Rivers Alleviate—But Don’t Eliminate—Drought
Register here for the March 27 California-Nevada Drought & Climate Outlook Webinar.
The Deep Snowpack in California, the Great Basin, and Colorado River Basin Continues to Grow
No Drought Conditions Are Observed in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
View this drought update in Spanish.
A Series of Atmospheric Rivers Have Hit Parts of the West. What Does This Mean for Drought?