The northern station looks fairly normal, but the Jump Creek and Heather Mountain Upper stations look very worrisome. Heather records only go back to 2015 but the current curve is well below the previous lows. Jump goes back to 1995 and the curve is almost at the lowest records. Here are the two graphs.http://aqrt.nrs.gov.bc.ca/Report/Show/3506/Snow.3B24P.SnowStatGraph.pdfhttp://aqrt.nrs.gov.bc.ca/Report/Show/3504/Snow.3B23P.SnowStatGraph.pdf
You may/should be interested in these two graphs!
We are likely going to be in big trouble!
Those of you out of our region may want to check your own graphs?
Thank you to Michael for sending this along.