Snow Survey Levels Below Normal

ASHLAND, Ore.– The results of the latest snow survey are in. Snow surveys were carried out at four sites on January 30. As a result, water conservation experts say that, while we are seeing a wetter Fall than last year, precipitation levels are still far below normal. Experts say for the Rogue and Umpqua basins, … Continue reading »

March Snow Survey Shows Record Low Level

MOUNT ASHLAND, Ore. — Snow is on the ground at Mount Ashland, but not much of it. Officials completed this month’s snow survey and found the Siskiyous are about 10 percent of what’s normal. A snow survey “course” that typically takes skis, or at the very least, snowshoes, to get to, only took hiking boots … Continue reading »

Snow Survey On Mt. Ashland

MT. ASHLAND, Ore. — Snow surveyors are out in the mountains this week, measuring snow depth and water content to see what the future might bring for water supplies. For nearly 25 years, Steve Johnson has been measuring snow depth and calculating water content at several spots on Mt. Ashland. His measurements today show that … Continue reading »