- October – Up 50 aMW
- November – Up 573 aMW
- December – Down 460 aMW
- January – Down 345 aMW
- February – Down 786 aMW
One more very modest increase to October before the month clears, and a decent jump for November as the water year set to begin in earnest. The other three months of the forecast didn’t fare as well. December took its first loss in four weeks as it dropped 460 aMW. January and February each saw their forecast decrease for the third consecutive week with reductions of 345 aMW and 786 aMW respectively.
November fell behind last week’s forecast for the first five days of the month before jumping as much as 1,600 aMW higher by the 8th. The rest of November remained elevated compared to last week as well.
December picked up a few positive days on the front end, but lost large gains during the middle of the month. January saw consistent drops across the board after the second week of the month.
November’s additions weren’t enough to make a dent in the deficit compared to all years going back to 2013. December’s reductions pushed 2017 even further behind, enough that it is now forecasted as the lowest year of the last five. Despite the cuts to January and February, both are projected above all other charted years.