'Hydrologic and Meteorologic Conditions That Shaped Utah's Runoff of 2013'
Brian McInerney (firstname.lastname@example.org), National Weather Service
Brian McInerney, Hydrologist with the National Weather Service will discuss the hydrologic and meteorologic conditions that shaped Utah's runoff of 2013. From the lack of any major storm cycles, to the weather phenomenon that graced valley and bench areas with copious amounts of snow leaving mountain terrain barren. He will also review and discuss the overall flow patterns of this winter's weather and why certain areas did not fare very well with regard to snowpack and resultant runoff.