Here are the notes from yesterday’s webinar from the Colorado Climate Center. Here’s an excerpt:
For the month of May, most of the Upper Colorado River Basin (UCRB) received near or above average precipitation. Some areas of eastern UT and southwestern WY saw over 300% of their average May precipitation. Some of the lower elevations in western CO and southern UT were a bit drier, receiving around 50 to 70% of their average precipitation for May. Precipitation was well above average for northeast CO, bringing their water year totals to near or above average. Southeast CO and the San Luis Valley saw less than 50% of their average moisture for the month.