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Kevin Koile, Townsquare Media
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NWS: Wyoming Water Levels Remain Above Average in April

Forecasters with the National Weather Service in Riverton say Wyoming's water supply remains well above average for the month of April.

Hydrologist Jim Fahey says statewide precipitation levels last month were above 130 percent of average

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North Platte River
Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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NWS: Wyoming’s Water Supply Above Average

Officials with the National Weather Service say Wyoming’s water supply is, for the most part, well above average for the month of March.

NOAA hydrologist Jim Fahey says precipitation in February was 180 percent of normal, which is bolstering current water year precipitation estimates to roughly 135 percent of normal

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National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration
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Spring Flood Forecast Showing Low to Moderate for Wyoming

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has released a potential flooding outlook for the state of Wyoming, based on Mountain snow pack and associated snow water equivalents.

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Mark Wilson/Getty Images
Mark Wilson/Getty Images
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Report: Feds’ Warnings About Sandy Were Confusing

WASHINGTON (AP) — An internal review says federal weather forecasts for Superstorm Sandy were exceptionally accurate last fall. But the warnings themselves were confusing.

The gigantic October storm lost tropical characteristics hours before landfall in New Jersey, so the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration dropped the hurricane warnings

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droughtmonitor.unl.edu
droughtmonitor.unl.edu
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53% Of The U.S. In Moderate Drought Or Worse

The July 17, 2012, U.S. Drought Monitor map showed increases in the area of the United States in all categories of drought, setting a record for the third consecutive week for the total area of the country in drought during the 12-year history of the map

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Mario Tama/Getty Images
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Billion-Dollar Weather Disasters Smashes U.S. Record

WASHINGTON (AP) — America's wild weather year has hit yet another new high: a devastating dozen billion-dollar catastrophes.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced Wednesday that it has recalculated the number of weather disasters passing the billion dollar mark, with two new ones, pushing 2011's total to 12

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