The snowpack in most of Oregon is below normal.
This could be a long and dry summer for farmers in many parts of Oregon who depend on snow melt for irrigation.
The U.S. Soil and Conservation Service reports that the only part of the state where the snow pack is above normal is the northern Cascades.
The snowpack in northeast Oregon is slightly below normal and everywhere else in the state it's significantly below normal. Parts of south and southeast Oregon have a snowpack that's nearly half of what it should be for this time of year.
Farmers in parts of the state where there isn't enough water could face irrigation restrictions this summer.
CLICK HERE for U.S. Soil and Conservation Service snowpack survey information.