DENVER, (AP) - As of Tuesday, the statewide snowpack was already 130 percent of average for that date, according to the Natural Resources Conservation Service.
The Upper Rio Grande Basin ws the only one in the state that was below average, at 93 percent.
A storm moving in Thursday and Friday is forecast to bring more snow to much of the state.
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