According to meteorologist Cory Reppenhagen, "total precipitation for Colorado's next winter storm Friday thru Sunday. Showing 5 inches of water for the weekend. This is from the European computer model, which has been the most accurate and reliable models for us all winter. The American global model, which has been terrible, shows not even a fraction of this moisture. What makes this even crazier, is that the Euro has this moisture in the form of snow.... yes SNOW. That would mean nearly 40 inches of wet spring snow, or if it is colder and drier, nearly 50 inches of 10 to 1 powder snow.
This got posted in the Colorado thread earlier today. I'm excited... Been quite a few years since we've had a spring storm this size. Last one I remember I had over 3' and the foothills got over 7' in some places.