Snow pack declines statewide

Feb. 1 water outlook doesn’t reflect storms

Quail coo and scratch, looking for food among pine needles in Okanogan late last week. A skiff of snow partially covers the ground.

Photo by Dee Camp
Quail coo and scratch, looking for food among pine needles in Okanogan late last week. A skiff of snow partially covers the ground.



OKANOGAN - Snow pack percentages have declined statewide since Jan. 1 because of warm and dry conditions statewide, according to the Feb. 1 Washington Water Supply Outlook...

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