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Odds of shortage increase for vital river in US Southwest

Lake Powell, which is upstream from Lake Mead, collected about 500,000 acre-feet less water than expected between April and July. That means Powell will be up to 5 feet lower than expected, with less water available to release into Lake Mead. (File photo by Joshua Bowling/Cronkite News)

Lake Powell, which is upstream from Lake Mead, collected about 500,000 acre-feet less water than expected between April and July. That means Powell will be up to 5 feet lower than expected, with less water available to release into Lake Mead. (File photo by Joshua Bowling/Cronkite News)

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