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In case you missed it, here's a video of our most recent Pacific Northwest Drought Early Warning System Drought & Climate Outlook Webinar.

The video was recorded on Monday, April 23rd.
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Over 90% of snow monitoring sites in the West show declines, according to a CIRC study out this month. The declines are calculated to be equivalent to losing a full Lake Mead. Check out our writeup at the CIRCulator.
Snow Declines in the American West
Snow Declines in the American West
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Mountain snowpack has been declining the American West in recent decades. Our Philip Mote talks discusses his new study examining its disappearance.
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"Snowpack declines in the western U.S. are comparable to all of the water stored in the West's largest reservoir." Our Philip Mote talks with Discover Magazine about his recent study in Nature examining the American West's vanishing mountain snow.
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“Study: Snowpack drops over decades.” Our Philip Mote talks with the Associated Press about his recent study in Nature examining the American West's disappearing snow.
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Over 90% of western US snow monitoring sites with long records show declines, according to a Nature study out today by CIRC associated researchers.
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Our Kathie Dello talks with Earther about the current snow drought affecting much of the Western United States. https://earther.com/where-is-the-snow-1823264505.
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Join us at 11 am this morning (Pacific) for the PNW Drought Early Warning System Drought & Climate Outlook webinar: http://bit.ly/2He4bTC.
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Our Katy Serafin talks with the Guardian about coastal flooding and sea level rise.
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