I'm not expecting a lot of new snow this weekend. But some light snow will fall in the Northeast. It's one of those weekends where skiers out West will have to make the best out of existing snow.

The Western storm track is shifting north into Canada, which means the storms get routed up and around the Rockies rather than making a direct hit–it's a recipe for a dry weekend. 

The storm track in the Northeast is still dipping south, which means a few small Alberta Clippers will slide through the ski areas. But the snow amounts look light. 

Northeast: Expect a few different shots of light snow Saturday-Monday. Friday looks dry. The first Alberta Clipper spreads light snow across the ski resorts on Saturday, a second Clipper hits with light snow on Sunday, and a third Clipper hits with light snow on Monday. Each Clipper looks to bring 1-3" of snow at Killington, Mount Snow, Stratton, Okemo, Jay Peak, Holiday Valley, Sugarbush and Sugarloaf

Rockies: A dry weekend on tap, but that means bluebird skiing. I see a very small chance for some light snow Sunday evening in Southern Colorado, but that's it. When will the next big snow hit the West? The pattern starts to shift next Tuesday-Wednesday.

California: No new snow until the middle of next week. It looks dry and mild until then, unfortunately.

Tomer's Take: Saturday is a toss-up, but consider Telluride for bluebird skiing, Killington on Sunday for new powder and Jay Peak on Monday for new powder.