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Snowpack at 142% after week of storms in Upper Colorado River Basin

The snowpack in the Rocky Mountains has risen above normal for this time of year. While the snowmelt will eventually find its way into the Colorado River, the elevated snowpack is not enough to erase years of drought conditions. 

GBWN’s Kyle Roerink spoke with KLAS about what the snowpack means for the Colorado River and Lake Mead. 

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