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CENTRAL OREGON -- Back on April 1st the snowpack in the Upper Deschutes - Crooked Basins was 94-per cent of normal. Hydrologist Scott Oviatt at the federal Natural Resources Conservation Service says the snowpack fell to 58-per cent of normal on May 1st. He says this could mean tight water supplies in much of Central Oregon this summer. Oviatt says forecast models call for lower precipitation and higher temperatures throughout the region.

 

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