We picked up another inch of snowfall yesterday from the snow showers that moved through during the afternoon. That brought the 3 day total to 9 inches.
Today the low that has brought cold air and snow showers moves East. We will have sunny skies and highs in the 30's on the mountain, and 40's at the base.
Then high pressure continues to build in on Thursday with sun and highs in the 50's. That weather will last through the weekend.
The forecast models are showing more of a split with the Monday storm, keeping most of the precip to our North.
They show a more consolidated storm possible for next Thursday-Friday, so we will keep an eye on that.
The GFS long-range pattern is very active for the Pacific NW with some storms coming far enough South to bring us some light precip. The European model runs have a more amplified ridge in the Eastern Pacific with the storms well to the North.
So for now we have Spring weather and plenty of sun that could last at least a week before the next chance for a storm.