A swift moving storm blanketed the Grand Valley Wednesday morning.
So far this winter the Grand Valley has had a little more than 16 inches of snow this season which is about 92 % of normal for this time of year. Wednesday morning's storm system dumped only a little more than an inch in the Valley but parts of the mountains got up to a foot. But still snow pack levels remain below average. Hydrologists say there's still a month and a half of snow producing days left this season and they hope snow pack levels will increase.