Briefly: SW Colorado so rich in snow that cloud-seeding machines are now off

The Durango Herald reports that a regional effort to boost snowpacks in southwestern Colorado using cloud seeding has been cut off this spring thanks to the deep mountain snows that arrived this year.

The region has been among the hardest hit by a multi-year drought that has eased, at least temporarily, this year. Read more on this story here.

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