Its truly spring out there. Warm temperatures and clouds have conspired to dampen all but the highest North facing slopes in the Wasatch. Showers on Monday didn’t add up to anything worth talking about. After a dry buy cool day Tuesday, expect dry and warm Wednesday through Friday with slush skiing becoming widespread at the resorts that are still open.
The next trough, a weak cut off low coming out of Baja, will approach the Wasatch on Saturday. But don’t get your hopes up. Right now it looks to be warm and showery, with minimal accumulation below 8500 ft. At this point it looks like the top end accumulations might be in the 4-8″ range. But that’s quite a ways out, so we will see how the storm evolves.