From the Fort Collins Coloradoan (Bobby Magill):
The South Platte River basin, which includes the Poudre River, has a snowpack 110 percent of normal. It’s even more robust north of Rocky Mountain National Park, where the snowpack around Joe Wright Reservoir is 150 percent of normal, according to U.S. Natural Resources Conservation Service data. The snow in the Laramie and North Platte river basins is at 111 percent of normal. West of the Continental Divide, the snowpack in the Upper Colorado River basin is lagging at 85 percent of normal.