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Sierra snowpack is low, could improve with winter storms

By Jeri Davis
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Snowpacks are off to a below normal start across the Eastern Sierra and northern Nevada this year. In fact, 91% of the entire state of Nevada is in a severe to exceptional drought.

Experts today said that, regionally, there is a chance this might turn around.

As of Jan. 4, according to the Natural Resources Conservation Service Nevada (NRC…

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