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I generally look at the basin-wide snotel data for snowpack data in eager anticipation of spring run-off. While browsing through the site I found something that had several smaller basin percentages broken out too. Basins like the roaring fork were separated from the colorado, and clear creek, boulder creek etc were separated from the south platte. I have searched and searched, but I can't find that data view again (it was a table of numbers, not graphs). Anyone know where to find it? What caught my eye was that clear creek was ~170% of average. Of course it was only two readings, with two others being n/a, but I was pshyched as most of my days are on clear creek during the week in the spring/summer.
 

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Deep South,

Start from the Snotel Home Page and click on the "Snow" button.
Click "Individual Colorado Site Information"
then "Current Information"
then "Daily Infomation"
then "Data & Analysis"
then "Colorado Snow/Precipitation Update Report"

Clear Creek should be stomping this spring!!

Have fun
 

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Deep South,

Start from the Snotel Home Page and click on the "Snow" button.
Click "Individual Colorado Site Information"
then "Current Information"
then "Daily Infomation"
then "Data & Analysis"
then "Colorado Snow/Precipitation Update Report"

Clear Creek should be stomping this spring!!

Have fun
 
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