This past March through May was tied as the 13th
driest on record for Washington since 1895, with especially dry conditions on the Olympic coast which had the 2nd
driest. Approximately half of the USGS water level stations
are showing streamflows below the 10th
percentile. There have been daily record lows for the Hoh, Hoko, Calawah, Satsop, Cedar, Deschutes, Mashel, Samish rivers and other lowland rivers and streams.
As the state's lead agency for water supplies, we pay close attention to multiple data sources
and monitor them closely.