The water content of Wyoming’s snowpacks dropped from 100% of median to 92% in the last two weeks, the U.S. Natural Resources Conservation Service reports.

The weekly update comes as rivers rise toward their crests, irrigators open headgates and recreationists take to lakes and rivers to row and paddle for fun and sport. The readings show ample water supplies for most of the state, underscore some areas of worry and hints of regional drought.

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