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  • June’s snowpack is 10 times more than a year ago. See 5 years of Sierra snow from space.

    As of June 1, 2017, the central Sierra snowpack had about ten times more water than it did on the same day in 2016. In several recent years, no water was recorded at all on June 1. This series of satellite images shows the snow accumulation from space at roughly the same time of year for the past five years.

June’s snowpack is 10 times more than a year ago. See 5 years of Sierra snow from space.

As of June 1, 2017, the central Sierra snowpack had about ten times more water than it did on the same day in 2016. In several recent years, no water was recorded at all on June 1. This series of satellite images shows the snow accumulation from space at roughly the same time of year for the past five years.
Nathaniel Levine The Sacramento Bee