By Justin McHeffey
Even statewide averages are above normal — take a look at the most recent snowpack numbers. When all drainage basins are averaged together, Colorado has 111 percent of normal snow for this time of the year. That’s great news for water storage and summer recreation. Notable areas include the North Platte, South Platte, and Colorado River basins with current moisture levels almost 20 percent higher than normal.
Justin McHeffey provides nightly reports from the Mobile Weather Lab. He travels Colorado in search of Mother Nature’s most powerful and beautiful conditions. Like his Facebook page Meteorologist Justin McHeffey and follow him on Twitter @WeatherMcHeffey.