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BEND, OR -- The January snow and rain helped improve the Upper Deschutes Crooked Basin snowpack. Scott Oviatt at the Natural Resources Conservation Service says it is now at 92-per cent of normal. He says however storm fronts moving through the area recently seem to be rotating between much cooler to warmer and that could reduce the snowpack at mid to upper mountain elevations. Oviatt says the amount of rain and snow in our area since the beginning of the water year on October 1st is lagging behind at 77-per cent of average.

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