CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming enters the month of April with an above-average statewide average snowpack.

According to the Natural Resources Conservation Service, the state's snowpack was 109 percent of media on Monday.

That is up from last week's 107 percent reading. However, it is lower than a year ago when the snowpack was around 113 percent of media for the state.

This week's measurements among individual river basins range from a low of 71 percent of median in the Lower North Platte to a high of 157 percent in the Yellowstone River basin. More snow was falling Monday in the Yellowstone region.

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