FRED RATHKE OF CRESWELL, TAKES HIS SNOWMOBILE OUT FOR A SPIN ON SANDALWOOD LOOP ON FEB. 25. Community submission/Ashely Fitzgerald
Storm helps state recover on snow, streamflows
The shortest month of the year delivered record-breaking snowfall across the state, dramatically improving Oregon's summer water supply outlook.
The March Water Supply Outlook Report released by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service shows every long-term snow monitoring site in the state received above average February precipitation, and many sites received well over 200 percent of the normal amount . . .