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National Integrated Drought Information System
Snow drought still covers much of the western U.S., with the worst conditions in the northern Rocky Mountains.
2024 Begins with Record Low Snow Conditions Across the West—But Help Is on the Way
Low Precipitation and Warm Temperatures Drive Western Snow Drought Risk
This Year’s Snow Season Wipes Away Drought in Much of the West with the Exception of the Pacific Northwest
2023 Winter Deluge Provides Relief Across Much of the West, But Long-Term Drought Questions Remain
Rapid Snowmelt in the Pacific Northwest Contrasts with a Slow Melt of the Record Snowpack in the Rest of the West
The Current Conditions page features national conditions. You can also explore maps of current and future conditions by state, watershed, county, or city.