Here are this week’s notes from the Colorado Climate Center. Here’s an excerpt:
For the month of June, much of the northern portions of the Upper Colorado River Basin (UCRB) received between 100% to 200% of their average precipitation. The Four Corners was the driest region of the basin for the month, receiving less than 30% of average. The San Luis Valley was also very dry for the month, only seeing about 10% of its average precipitation. Much of eastern Colorado received between 50% and 100% of average precipitation for the month, with parts of southeastern CO seeing over 100% of average from just a couple of storms.
Last week, the heaviest amounts of precipitation fell over northeast Utah and southwest Wyoming with amounts totalling between half an inch to over 2 inches in some spots . The mountains of northern CO and northeast CO received between a quarter inch to an inch of moisture for the week. The drought stricken areas in the southern portion of the UCRB and in southern CO remained dry, seeing less than a tenth of an inch over the week.