Click here to to the dashboard. Here’s an excerpt:
Short-term drought conditions have eased considerably over the region after a wet July, with lesser improvements in long-term drought conditions.
July precipitation was above average over most of the region; Colorado and Utah were wetter overall than Wyoming.
Observed April through July runoff was boosted only marginally by the monsoon moisture, and still ended up well below average in most basins.
At the end of July, reservoirs across the region were generally lower than at this time last year, and almost all were below the long-term average.
The NOAA CPC seasonal climate outlooks show equal chances for wet or dry conditions for the region through November, except for a wet tilt for far northern Wyoming for August.