Last year we were over 160% of average at this time in spots. As far as more rain goes, bring it. In Colorado during the winter that just equals snow. I know the PNW, coastal states are affected by it, but the high altitudes here pretty much guarantee snow. Maybe wet, heavy snow, but it's still snow.
I read that Independence Pass is opening this weekend, due to the low snow totals. It usually opens the Thursday before Memorial day. Last year it was the weekend after due to all the snow. It took the road crews that long to plow the road. This year the snow pack is at 0% of average. Which begs the question, why do they have to wait until this weekend to get the road open?