Colo. River not helping Calif. drought worries

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Colo. River not helping Calif. drought worries

Cows graze on a farm after a light snow Friday near Eldorado Springs. Federal officials said Friday that after a dry March, snowpack ranged from 51 to 79 percent of normal in the Colorado and Wyoming valleys where the river originates.
A pedestrian moves along a sidewalk while framed by branches covered with snow from a spring storm Friday in Denver. The dry month of March in Colorado, which normally is one of the state’s snowiest months of the year, has raised concerns about water supply across the West for the summer ahead.

Colo. River not helping Calif. drought worries

Cows graze on a farm after a light snow Friday near Eldorado Springs. Federal officials said Friday that after a dry March, snowpack ranged from 51 to 79 percent of normal in the Colorado and Wyoming valleys where the river originates.
A pedestrian moves along a sidewalk while framed by branches covered with snow from a spring storm Friday in Denver. The dry month of March in Colorado, which normally is one of the state’s snowiest months of the year, has raised concerns about water supply across the West for the summer ahead.
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