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Lake Mead water levels are predicted to be 20 feet lower in 2019 than the Bureau of Reclamation’s two-year study released in May.

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The report projects that by October 2019, the surface of Lake Mead could fall below 1,075 feet (330 meters) above sea level, the agreed-upon point that would trigger an announcement of cutbacks that would occur sometime in the following 12 months.

By DAN ELLIOTT, Associated Press August 15, 2018
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The sensational news about record-setting snowpack in the Sierra Nevada of California and “atmospheric rivers” delivering over 1,000 percent of normal winter rainfall to Big Sur has disguised a much less-than-sensational record of winter moisture elsewhere in the West, according to the Arizona Department of Water Resources.

June 18, 2017
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