A NORMAL water supply is predicted for much of the West, while the Southwest, Sierra Nevada region and Pacific Northwest are beginning the year drier than normal, according to data from the first 2015 forecast by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Water & Climate Center (NWCC).
California, Arizona, New Mexico and parts of Colorado, Utah and Nevada are experiencing prolonged drought, focusing attention, again, on winter snowfall.
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