The Rio Grande’s shrinking snowpack

A dry January in the Rio Grande headwaters means a shrinking runoff forecast.

  • Otowi (the Compact measurement point on which New Mexico’s Texas delivery obligation is based): 78 percent, which is down from 90 percent on January 1.

Still big error bars, because the most important variable is how much snow we get in February and March.

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