Snowfall in the Mountains

Boise County - Over the past month, snowfall has come with a 25% increase this winter, over past years. Although the snow has had a low water density, with cooler than average temperatures, the snow is thick and measuring over 52 inches at Mores Creek Summit. This equates to about 12 inches of water in the snowpack.
The mountains are off to a good start. Jay Breidenbach, with the Boise National Weather Service, advised that this was a La Nina year, due to cooler than normal waters at the equator. He explained that this will change the climate, bringing to Idaho colder and wetter conditions. The winter seson is just a third of the way through, with still more snow, in the future forcast....

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