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Lake Mead Levels Down more than Predicted
Lake Mead Levels Down more than Predicted

AIR DATE: April 19, 2012

A drier than normal March means less water for Lake Mead.  We're joined by Snow Survey Supervisor Randall Julander.  He tells us why the reservoir will likely drop lower than originally predicted.  We also talk about how 2012 is turning into one of the driest seasons in the current drought.
Randall Julander, Snow Survey Supervisor, NRCS, USDA

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