This part of the season doesn't matter as much as the february-April precip. That's the period that makes or breaks the Coloradon Basin and I am assuming the Platte as well. Here's a decent chart reflecting on slide 12 of this presentation.
You can also plot individual years here:
The physical difference in snow water equivalencey of only a couple of inches can make a huge difference percentage wise. Latter in the season, this isn't he case as average goes from 5 to 6 inches to somewhere in the neighborhood of 30. You've also got to take into account the elevation of the individual snowtel sites. Most of the lower zones aren't doing all that well, whereas the upper elevations have almost half of their season snowpack. PRPC2 -- Porphry creek -- is a pretty good example. These lower sites generally aren't the ones that give a decent indication for runoff on some of the more popular creeks.
Anyway. it's too early to know how the runoff's going to turn out. The rain in the San Juan basin from the remnants of Javier helped to fill up some of the soil tanks before the snow fell, and last summer was a pretty rainy one along the front range. Sit tight and do a little snowdance.