Currently Montréal - le 23 janvier 2023
La météo, actuellement.
Ce soir: faible neige cessant vers minuit.
🌡 Minimum -5°C 🥶 Refroidissement éolien -9°C
Lundi: généralement nuageux pour toute la journée.
🌡 Maximum -2°C 🥶 Refroidissement éolien -9°C
Lundi soir: nuageux.
🌡 Minimum -5°C
Nous aurons 9:21 (+2 minutes) de lumière du jour demain.
The weather, currently.
Tonight: light snow ending around midnight.
🌡 Low -5°C 🥶 Wind chill -9°C
Monday: mostly cloudy all day.
🌡 High -2°C 🥶 Wind chill of -9°C
Monday evening: cloudy.
🌡 Low -5°C
We will have 9:21 (+2 minutes) of daylight tomorrow.
Ce que vous devez savoir, aujourd'hui.
What you need to know, currently.
“Water managers in the Colorado River basin are gaining a better understanding that what happens in the weeks after peak snowpack — not just how much snow accumulated over the winter — can have an outsize influence on the year’s water supply.
Water year 2021 was historically bad, with an upper basin snowpack that peaked around 90% of average but translated to only 36% of average runoff into Lake Powell, according to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. It was the second-worst runoff on record after 2002. One of the culprits was exceptionally thirsty soils from 2020’s hot and dry summer and fall, which soaked up snowmelt before runoff made it to streams. But those dry soils are only part of the story.”
Read the full story, originally published by Heather Sackett in Aspen Journalism here.