Worm supermoon

Snow Survey and Water Supply. Mixed weather through February has led to on-going development of the province’s snowpack. While the province-wide average snowpack is 11% above normal (considered ‘moderately high’), snowpacks range from 16% below normal in the Liard country of northern BC, to 39% above normal in the Skagit Valley, east of Hope. The Nicola Valley is second-lowest for snowpack: 12% below normal. Meanwhile, Nicola Lake inflows (snowmelt) are currently 65% of normal for the time…

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