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Old 03-03-2020, 08:43 AM   #1
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Default Snow pack and the John Day river

Anyone privy to how much snow central Oregon has?

Wondering how the water level will be around mid to late May?

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Currently at 102% of ave. Type in snow packs western US, for all of the west's water equivalent snow packs.
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Currently at 102% of ave. Type in snow packs western US, for all of the west's water equivalent snow packs.
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Here is the official site. https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal...cs142p2_046181
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Hope this helps.

I was on the JD river last hear from May 22st-23rd. The CFS was a hair over 1K. Absolutely perfect level. This year seems to be slightly drier than last year (take into account we can still get a ton of rain in March/April). I would think early-mid to mid-May would be an ideal time to target a trip.
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