Here is a look at the current drought situation across Southwest Idaho and Southeast Oregon. Most of southeast Oregon remains in severe to extreme drought with conditions in Idaho from abnormally dry to severe drought with a portion of extreme drought in the Magic Valley.
More information about the Drought Monitor and classifications can be found at: http://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/AboutUs/ClassificationScheme.aspx
Current year to date precipitation is above normal at Boise, Idaho. The drought situation has improved especially over the Idaho mountains this past winter with above normal precipitation.
Most of the reservoirs in Idaho are at full capacity as of June 17, 2014. Southeast Oregon is another story however, with most reservoirs below capacity. Owyhee Reservoir is just 13% of capacity.
Little to no relief in sight for Southeast Oregon as no significant precipitation expected and above normal temperatures forecast. Here is the 6-10 day precipitation and temperature outlooks.