From Steamboat Today (Tom Ross):
The water stored in the snow in the combined White/Yampa basins Friday was 117 percent of average and on Rabbit Ears Pass it was 138 percent of average, suggesting the Yampa might see a robust spring runoff.
— ColoClimateCenter (@ColoradoClimate) February 1, 2014
From the Fairplay Flume (Mike Perrault/Tom Locke):
Bailey received 3.5-3.6 more inches of new snow for the 24-hour period ended around 6 a.m. or 7 a.m. on Feb. 1, depending on the location reporting to the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail & Snow Network, or CoCoRaHS (see http://www.cocorahs.org/ViewData/ListDailyPrecipReports.aspx). That added to 7.8-8.0 inches the previous 24 hours ended at 7 a.m. on Jan. 31, to bring the total to about 11.5 inches of new snow for the two-day period ended at about 7 a.m. on Feb. 1.
Fairplay receive an additional 1-1.2 inches for the 24-hour period ended at about 7 a.m. on Feb. 1, bringing its two-day total to 7.5-10.1 inches. Lake George got another 1.6 inches, bringing its two-day total to 7.2 inches. Shawnee got another 2.8 inches, bringing its two-day total to 9.6 inches.
New Feb. 1 data from CoCoRAHS was not available for Alma. But it got 20.1 inches of new snow for the 24-hour period ended at 7 a.m. on Jan. 31.
From The Denver Post (Alison Noon):
After 3 more inches arrived overnight Friday, parts of Adams, Arapahoe and Jefferson counties have seen as much as 9 inches of snow since Thursday. It’s the same amount that has fallen in Granby, 60 miles northwest.
Officially, the total for Denver itself is about 3 inches, as recorded at Denver International Airport.
The mountains have received considerably more snow south of Granby — beginning at Breckenridge, totals surpass 30 inches. Three feet of snow in Monarch and Silverton have been reported to the National Weather Service and Colorado Ski Country USA.
Kari Bowen, a meteorologist with the weather service in Boulder, said that northeastern Colorado got the brunt of the storm when it first arrived on Thursday. An upslope in Weld, Morgan, Washington and Yuma counties yielded anywhere from 5 to10 inches before the weekend. Yuma got as much as 13 inches by Saturday morning.
In 7 days we've gotten 47" of snow — the most we've seen this century. See photos of today's "calm after the storm." http://t.co/8baCoJcLuj
— Breckenridge Resort (@breckenridgemtn) February 1, 2014