Click the link to read the article on the CBS Colorado website (Ashton Altieri). Here’s an excerpt:
Snowpack is above normal across six of Colorado’s eight river basins including the Slate Platte basin which includes the metro area. The two basins that remain below normal are the Upper Rio Grande basin which includes the San Luis Valley as well as the Arkansas basin. This is largely because recent storms have mostly missed the Sangre de Cristo and Wet mountains near Cañon City, Walsenburg, and Trinidad. The Yampa and White River basin in northwest Colorado is in the best shape with snowpack nearly 50% above normal for the first week in January. That basin includes the Steamboat Ski Resort which had the snowiest December in a decade and has received over 200 inches so far this season.