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SACRAMENTO - With every monthly measurement of the California snowpack this winter, the state's rebound from the previous five years of drought becomes more evident.
Today's electronic readings from 95 sites in the Sierra Nevada show an average statewide snow water equivalent (SWE) of 45.8 inches, or 164 percent of the historical average for March 30 (27.9 inches).
Five units at the Hyatt Powerplant are currently running, allowing for a total outflow of 12,900 cfs.
A synopsis of statewide water conditions has been updated on CDEC as of November 30, 2017.
The low flow section of the Feather River (the river channel through Oroville) is currently at 5,200 cfs.
The total flow to the Feather River is currently 13,700 cfs The flood control spillway flows remain at 0 cubic feet per second (cfs).
Electronic measurements indicate the water content of the statewide snowpack today is 42.5 inches, 196 percent of the May 1 average.
The SWE of the northern Sierra snowpack is 39.9 inches (199 percent of average); the central and southern Sierra readings are 47.1 inches (202 percent of average) and 37.6 inches (180 percent of average), respectively.
The public review and comment period closes September 22, 2017, and comments are due no later than PM on September 22, 2017.