YREKA, Calif. —Snowpack across the Klamath National Forest is above historic averages.
That’s according to measurements from the California Cooperative Snow Survey Program.
According to measurements taken from the survey, the snowpack is at 125% of the historic average snow depth.
Historically snowpack reaches its annual maximum by late-march to early April.
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