Here are the notes from this week’s webinar via the Colorado Climate Center. Here’s a preview:
All of the major reservoirs in the UCRB have experienced rapid storage increases in June. Daily inflows into Flaming Gorge, Blue Mesa, and Lake Powell are all well above their averages for this time of year. Inflows into Navajo have dipped below their average for this time of year. Lake Powell has seen large increases in volume and is now at 80 of average. It is projected that Lake Powell’s elevation will continue to rise through late July — projected elevation levels would be the highest they’ve been since October 2001.