Mar 2020 Southwest Climate Podcast - Winter Recap, State of the Snow, and Streamflow Forecast


In the Mar 2020 edition of the Southwest Climate Podcast, Mike Crimmins and Zack Guido sit down to discuss winter conditions across the Southwest, the state of snowpack and snow water equivalent around the west, and water supply and streamflow forecasts as we look to spring and summer.

Discussed in this Episode:

Colorado River flow dwindles as warming-driven loss of reflective snow energizes evaporation - P.C.D. Milly, K.A. Dunne

UA Snowview:



NRCS Snow Water Equivalent


NRCS Streamflow Forecasts (link)

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