Idaho Fall Water Supply Outlook

18 November 2019
Idaho Capital Building, Lincoln Auditorium
Boise, Idaho

Meeting Description

The Idaho Fall Water Supply Outlook is a one-day meeting held annually to recap previous water year conditions and provide outlook information for the coming water year.  The recap of the water supply from last year provides insight on how climate impacted the accumulation and melt of the year’s snowpack, timing of irrigation demand, and how much storage water remained by the end of the water-year.  The outlook information for the coming year reviews oceanic conditions and how anomalies in the Pacific could impact the coming year’s snowpack/water supply.  These meetings are critical for identifying vulnerabilities and opportunities for increasing drought and climate resilience in the agricultural, power, and recreational sectors of Idaho’s economy that are dependent on our water resources.  


Registration is closed.

Only those who register will have a guaranteed lunch provided for them.  Any extra food will be on a first-come first-served basis.





There are several hotels in downtown Boise near the venue that currently have rates at or below the per diem rate.  We recommend booking as early as possible to secure lower rates.


There is limited free parking in downtown Boise, but plenty of parking space in paid parking garages

This Event is Sponsored by:

NOAA’s National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS), the Idaho Department of Water Resources, Idaho Power Company, NOAA National Weather Service, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, United States Bureau of Reclamation, and the Natural Resource Conservation Service Idaho Snow Survey program.