This fantastic season in the central and northern Rockies is continuing into April with additional storms lined up through closing day.
Over the last week, 1–2 feet of snow has fallen over Utah, Wyoming and Colorado, and this snow will continue through Thursday as two pieces of a splitting storm slowly move through the area. Colorado will see the most snow on Wednesday night and Thursday, with up to foot along the front-range foothills at mountains like Eldora.
After a brief break in the weather on Friday, three storms will impact Wyoming, Utah and Colorado on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. None of these systems is very strong, but each could drop a few inches of snow, so the three-day totals will be respectable, and Monday morning could be a very nice powder day for parts of northern Colorado.
Sunny weather and spring-like temperatures will then cover the Rockies from April 7th to 11th, but this tranquil pattern will transition back to a stormy pattern starting around April 12th and lasting for at least one week.
Keep those powder skis handy!