Update Friday PM:

The resorts reported an inche or two yesterday and around an inch at lake level. No changes to the forecast below as we have quiet weather this weekend and then await the next two storms next week.

From Thursday:

Snow showers are really firing up nicely this afternoon/evening. A couple of inches being reported by some of the resorts during the day today. We could see another inch or two in spots this evening before they taper off.

We are going to have a break starting tomorrow until around next Wednesday. Temperatures will begin to warm back up into the 50′s over the weekend. A cut-off low will spin off the coast through early next week and then eventually push inland around Wednesday.

By the time the storm pushes inland Wednesday it doesn’t look to have that much moisture. It will bring colder air and the potential for a few to several inches of snow. It’s the storm behind it that looks more interesting.

The next system pushes inland Friday and this one looks like it could pull in some good moisture. Right now it looks like we could see several inches up to a foot or two. Could this be the last good storm before the resorts close later in the month?

The pattern looks to remain active to our North into the 3rd week of the month. That should leave the chance for some more precip later in the month. The teleconnection forecast look favorable for continued unsettled weather. We’ll see, hopefully we have some storms right into May to help us catch up on the water year. BA

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