The U.S. Geological Survey doesn’t lie: western Washington and Oregon are dry, dry, dry.  Behold, and keep in mind, red and yellow circles mean low streamflow, green means average, and blue means high streamflow:

Click on the maps above to see the legends that explain the data.

Luckily, Idaho’s streams aren’t doing so bad—though at this time of year, full streams east of the Cascades are likely to be a sign of early snowmelt, rather than abundant water supplies.