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After dry winter, Colorado River forecasters look for 6th-driest runoff year

It’s a bad time for a historically dry year as Arizona watches the odds of a water shortage rising while Lake Mead falls. The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation currently projects that Lake Mead, filled by releases from Lake Powell, will stay high enough to avoid mandated cutbacks next year but could be on the …
Source: Google Alerts

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