With all of the storms we’ve had in the state, how is the water situation? Utah’s water situation is right where it needs to be.
A report from the National Resource Conservation Service shows that snowpack levels in Utah were at 102-percent of what is considered normal on February 1st.
To put that into comparison, snowpack levels in 2018 were only at 57-percent of where they needed to be at that same time period.
Statewide, reservoir storage is still lagging, but forecasters say last week’s snowstorms should help with that.