At the beginning of each month in winter, the Natural Resources Conservation Service produces a report on snowpack conditions across Oregon, predicting how  mountain snow may translate into streamflows during the spring and summer.

Much of the snowpack measurements in the Klamath Basin come from automatic snow telemetry (SNOTEL) sites positioned in key high-altitude areas. But there are a few locations where scientists still take measurements the old-fashioned way. Tag along with the "snow guys" as they evaluate the situation at Crater Lake National Park.