Colorado River watch: Early-winter ‘snow drought’ leaves the West’s mountains high and dry

High-altitude snowpack has big implications for the region’s water supply, which serves about 40 million people across Arizona and six other Western states. Two-thirds of the Colorado River’s water starts as snow in Colorado’s mountains before melting and flowing into the watershed.
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