The Department of Water Resources measured the snowfall in the Sierras yesterday, and we are 100% of average.  This count makes up for the deficit we saw on January 3rd where the snowpack was below average.  We had another wet storm this past weekend and today, so we expect to improve our standing.

While California’s standing for snowfall and water this summer is improving, expect delays in your container deliveries to and from the Reno area as a result.
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