By Elizabeth Zach, RCAC staff writer

Since 2017, Colorado has been grappling with a costly drought, but meteorologists now say that after heavy snow and rain fall, most of the state has recovered.

The state’s southwest corner along the New Mexico border remains in drought, but otherwise, healthy snowpack levels are feeding reservoirs.

In January and February, when storms drenched the West Coast, wetter weather also hit Colorado. The drought, however, has already damaged much of the state in the way of wildfires and low reservoirs.

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