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Wyoming Snowpack Above Normal

Wyoming's snowpack remains well above normal this winter.

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Rich Denison, Townsquare Media
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Wyoming Snowpack Above Normal

The Natural Resources Conservation Service reports that the state's snowpack entering this week is 116 percent of normal.

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Drought A Growing Concern [Audio]

An open house and presentation seminar are scheduled for Wednesday in Douglas to discuss oversight for oil and gas development in Converse County. Amy Richards reports. Meteorologists are again discussing the threat of drought, especially in the Pacific Northwest

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State Emerging From Drought [Audio]

Climatologists with the University of Nebraska and the U.S. Department of Agriculture say Wyoming is emerging from a persisting drought. The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission will Sept. 22-23 in Jackson

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Wyoming Drought Conditions Diminishing

Climatologists with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the U.S. Department of Agriculture say Wyoming is emerging from a persisting drought.

About six percent of the state has emerged from drought entirely

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Drought Concerns Growing [AUDIO]

The BLM Wyoming State Office and the Western Area Power Administration are seeking input on the Transwest Express Project Draft Environmental Impact Statement. Amy Richards reports. The latest drought report shows a reversal of recent encouraging trends, according to a USDA Meteorologist. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Meteorologist Predicts Near Normal Summer Locally

A Cheyenne-based meteorologist is forecasting near normal weather conditions for southeast Wyoming this summer.

But Don Day says portions of western and southwestern Wyoming could see an increasingly severe drought through the next few months

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Drought Eases In Farm Belt, But Not Over Yet

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A cool, rainy spring is easing dry conditions in parts of the nation's farm belt that saw the worst of last year's drought.

But optimism is being tempered, as that weather pattern has kept anxious farmers in most of Iowa, Nebraska, Illinois, and Wisconsin from planting

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(Courtesy of Wyoming State Climate Office)
(Courtesy of Wyoming State Climate Office)
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Continued Drought Forecast [AUDIO]

Much of the west could continue to see drought conditions through this summer, according to USDA Meteorologist Brad Rippey. Tax Freedom Day falls on April 18th this year, according to the Tax Foundation's Annual Calculation. Amy Richards has details. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Buffalo Bill Reservoir Will Have Adequate Water

Bureau of Reclamation officials say Buffalo Bill Reservoir may not fill to the brim this spring but it should have enough water to meet irrigation needs in northern Wyoming this spring and summer.

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