RIVERTON, Wyoming — The National Weather Service right now is predicting generally low potential for spring flooding in Wyoming.
Hydrologists in Riverton say many headwater basins across northern and central Wyoming have slightly below normal snowpacks, while those in the southern part of the state are much below normal.
The greatest snowpacks are in the Powder, Bighorn and Upper Green basins. They are at 95 to 105 percent of median.
Conversely, the Little Snake and Sweetwater drainages are 60 to 70 percent of normal.
More snow is likely in the mountains through next month, and the Weather Service will issue another spring flood prediction at the end of April.