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Still a little snow to add to the flooding

jodywy

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Near Burgess Junction Wyoming on May 26, 2011
That snow just a tough deep for May , it will eventually run into the Yellowstone and Missouri rivers
 

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Lots of Colorado is at 250% normal snowpack to date. I am hoping for a good run-off. A few years ago, the chinooks just evaporated our snow, and the creeks hardly rose. The last couple of days the winds have sure claimed lots of moisture. Good picture.
 

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That's deep :shock: Glad this Burgess doesn't live there. :D

Tam and I made a detour through Burgess Junction on our way back from Kansas a few years back.It's pretty up there when it's not under snow. :D
 

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I wish that water would melt and flow my way. The people I have been grazing calves for are moving thier calves out next week. We had 5.5 inches of rain since January. Thats makes it a little hard to grow cattle out on. :roll: They said they will bring me more calves as soon as we started getting some rain. The weatherman said the other day we are over 20 inches behind our normal rain fall to date. :???:
 

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