We are keeping a close eye on weather patterns and the spring runoff. The District’s primary supply is 48% of average and our supplemental supply is 20% of average. The current snowpack is just below average in our basin. We are hopeful for a favorable spring with consistent streamflows to keep our storage in the reservoirs for as long as possible and a smooth captured runoff. In 2020, our supply was in better shape and we had a delayed start date (first week in May) and a shortened season that ended September 16th. We anticipate a shorter season this year and want to let our users know as soon as possible so that you can prepare accordingly. We will keep our website updated regularly as we head into the spring and have a better picture of what we will be working with this season.