This is turning out to be a bad winter for snowfall in Oregon, with a below normal snowpack everywhere in the state.
National Weather Service Hydrologist Marylin Lohmann says the snowpack in the Umatilla Basin is at 57 percent, which is actually a better number than most of the rest of the state.
The Wallowas are at 63 percent and at Mount Hood its 45 percent of normal.
Low snowpack will affect irrigation water for farmers this summer, and low stream flows could be fatal for fish.
There’s still time to get that additional mountain snow in February and March, but time is running out.