The Provo Watershed encompasses an area of approximately 1,100 square miles in Utah, USA. It is located within the Upper Colorado River Basin and is a vital water source for the surrounding communities. The hydrology of the watershed is heavily influenced by the Wasatch Mountains, which receive significant snowfall during the winter months. The snowpack provides a critical source of surface water for the watershed during the spring and summer months. The Provo River is the primary surface water source for the area and is augmented by several reservoirs, including the Jordanelle Reservoir and the Deer Creek Reservoir. The watershed is also impacted by climate change, with temperatures increasing and precipitation patterns shifting. These changes can have significant impacts on the snowpack and surface water availability, highlighting the need for effective watershed management strategies.