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Recent storms improve the water outlook for 2010

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Three recent snow storms have brought the snow totals in the county from zero up to 71-73 percent of average. In the Price-San Rafael region,

Seeley Creek sits at an elevation of 9910 feet and is 70 percent of average.

Buck Flat is 9430 in elevation and 76 percent of normal.

Red Pine Ridge is 9009 in elevation and is 60 percent of average.

Mammoth-Cottonwood is 8727 in elevation 84 percent of average.

White River #1 is 8641 and 75 percent of average.

Basin wide percent of average is 70 percent and 73 percent.

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