Looks like we’re due for above average runoff over the next few months . . .
A hefty mountain snowpack in the Northern Rockies has driven down the summer wildfire potential and bumped up prospects that farmers in most of Montana and Wyoming won’t go dry.
As for flooding, government forecasters say the coming weeks will make all the difference.
A relatively even warm-up would keep streams and rivers in check. Too much warm weather and flooding could threaten downstream communities.