Predictions of a wetter-than-average Colorado spring may prove to be correct.
As of this morning, Colorado's snowpack had reached a level not usually seen until the middle of April.
It registered 105 percent of the 30-year average, and was 44 percent ahead of last year. And more snow was forecast for the mountains today and tomorrow.
Though Colorado hasn't caught up from the five-year drought, the likelihood of water rationing was diminishing with each snowy day.