"Friday through Sunday ~It may be southwest Colorados turn~ --A Gulf of Alaska low pressure system drops in through and offshore from California, causing an unsettled pattern across Colorado, with some light snow developing on Friday for northern Colorado, and more moderate snow possible across southwest Colorado. On Saturday and Sunday this low pressure system may move across the desert southwest, favoring southwest Colorado with possibly significant snow and delivering mostly light snow for northern Colorado. CM"
LONG RANGE FORECAST DISCUSSION:
"-29 Mar to 03 Apr, 2013 - Early April (the following week) looks initially stable under high pressure as the last storm move away, with more spring conditions under mostly sunny skies expected. An unsettled, busy pattern develops again after a few days or so of sun (in the first few days of April) with snow storms moving through again as a low pressure trough becomes more of a dominant factor across the western US again. The potential for significant storms is there.CM"
Now 102% of last year and 81% of normal with more storms in the pipeline, hopefully they keep on coming... we might actually see some runoff if this keeps up!