Rather ironic, but true! The Tri-City Fever's Intense Football League (IFL) game scheduled for Friday was nearly cancelled due to near-record snowstorms in Denver and the Midwest. (Photo courtesy of Tri-City Fever)
Snow pack experts are warning the Cascade Mountains don't have enough water to meet demands this summer. Snow pack is like a water savings account. When it melts slowly it provides water all year. When it melts quickly there will be none left by late summer and fall. The beautiful, dry spring we've had spells trouble.
They're not officially calling it a drought, but Kennewick Irrigation District officials say they're prepared to utilize their drought plans to ensure water will be delivered when and where it's needed, if necessary.
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