A number of locations in Idaho are seeing the winter snowpack melt earlier and faster than in years past, resulting in river streamflows peaking two or three weeks ahead of average. 

The greatest snowpack losses are happening from the Treasure Valley north into the Panhandle, and are the results of dry weather and abnormally warm weather in the last few months.

This could result in tighter than normal water supplies through irrigation systems across the state.

For more specifics, check out coverage from Capital Press, HERE.