As you can imagine, the snowpack has shot up considerably over the last few weeks. The LADWP website shows current precipitation12-21precipitation conditions as of December 21st.

The snowpack graph shows the line going up, similar to the wettest year on record which was 1982-83. Of course there are a few more months to go. DWP’s snow sensors show Mammoth Pass at 182% of normal to date. Rock Creek, 284%, Big Pine Creek, 244%, and Cottonwood Lakes in the south at 313% of normal to date.

Precipitation figures show Long Valley at 370% of normal to date, Bishop at 453%, Big Pine, 447%, and Independence at a whopping 549% of normal to date.

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