We picked up 8 inches up top from the Friday night storm, and 20 more inches from the Saturday night storm, for total of 28 inches so far.
We have one more storm rolling in tonight. We will have scattered snow showers today and gusty winds with an additional snowfall of 1-3 inches possible. Then tonight we have heavier snowfall returing and we could pick up 10-15 more inches by Monday morning.
The snow showers will linger through most of the day on Monday and we could pick up an additional 3-5 inches on the mountain. Totals for the weekend tallied up Tuesday morning could be around 4 feet up top, and 18-24 inches at the base.
We will have a break on Tuesday and Wednesday with some sun and breezy conditions. Highs will be in the 20's on the mountain through Monday, and then the 30's through Wednesday.
Thursday the next storm begins to push in with more snow above 8000 feet. Snow levels look to start high Thursday and then fall on Friday as the next storm moves through. We could see several more inches on the mountains.
Next weekend a colder storm may push in bringing heavy snowfall and significant snowfall. A 3rd storm may follow for the following Monday.
Overall a very active pattern over the next week. It does look like we could finally see a break around mid-month.