If they were to get average snowfall from mid March through April, that would be another 113 inches, yielding a seasonal total of 345.5 inches. That's well above the record minimum of 314.5 inches. To break the record, they need 70-75% of average snowfall from mid March through the end of April. A quick eyeball of past data suggests there's about a 35% chance of being that far below average.
Do you like those odds or would you bet on the persistence of the pattern and weight the odds higher to perhaps 50/50? Or, do you drop the odds lower because the Climate Prediction Center 3-month outlook is giving us somewhat better than climatological odds of above average precipitation for the period?