It doesn't narrow it's scope to ONLY the Colorado River Basin, which was very nice on the other site.
Utah got hammered yesterday and looks to be north of 100% for the whole state. Wyoming is picking up nicely now too, we just need storms to move a little bit further east and south so Colorado can be part of the fun too!
Heavy snow in Colorado, though, in the Crawford area, which is on the West slope...
I did some more sleuthing and they just have not updated the above-map for this year - no idea why.... I did find this which is for our water basin and gives dots showing the % per location [and elevation]......
I contacted USBR about getting te GIF map I posted way above here back for 2016/2017. Received a reply today:
Thanks for your interest in our Upper Colorado snowmap. This past year we have been working to upgrade this product and have completed that work. We have published the new product at the following URL.
Due to some issues with licensing and security, it is not currently displaying as intended. We are aware of this issue and are working to resolve them as soon as possible. I am hopeful that within a day or so, the UC snowmap will be published at this location.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
So the last link I posted the other day will revert to the map we are accustomed to seeing as soon as they work out the issues on their end.
You can easily get snow pack for the Powell drainage by clicking on the water database link on WW home page.
Today is 124% of normal. Big accumulations in the Rockies forecast for this week, so a good start to the snow season.