We received the snow. My personal forecast was for 1-4 inches (see NextDoor) in Longmont and we saw about 3-4 inches (Figure 2). This equate to almost 2/3rds of an inch of water (Figure 1). More drought busting goodness.
For Friday afternoon, the NEXT system is already moving in bringing snow to the mountains and afternoon rain showers that will turn to snow at night. This is not at all as vigorous as the last two storms, it is just a normal spring system is coming through (Figure 3). Rain chances taper off late morning Saturday.
It looks like this next system will deliver .05 to .25 inch of water (Figure 4) and a coating to 1 inch of snow (Figure 5).
The longer range forecast:
We briefly visit 70F on Sunday before the Next Next system comes in cooling us down (but not really to freezing). We see rain showers Tuesday becoming an unsettled period of occasional showers through Thursday. More on that later (Figure 4)!