Snowpack levels vary across Arizona but the statewide average is 106 percent above normal, according to the Arizona office of the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).

The NRCS' Jan. 15 Arizona Basin Outlook Report says snow water equivalent levels vary widely in the basins; ranging from a low of 68 percent of average in the San Francisco-Upper Gila River Basin to a high of 123 percent of average in the Verde River Basin.

Reservoir storage on the Salt and Verde River reservoir system stands at 86 percent of capacity. Water storage in the San Carlos Reservoir is 12 percent of capacity.

The Jan. 15 report predicts well below normal stream flow to below normal stream flow

for the spring runoff period; ranging from 41 percent of normal in the Gila River near Solomon to 76 percent of normal in the Verde River above Horseshoe Dam.