The bullseye of heaviest new snow will fall in the central Rockies, including Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Idaho and New Mexico between Thursday and Monday. There are only a handful of ski resorts still open.   

Colorado, Utah and New Mexico: Two different storm systems will keep the snow falling in the mountains through Sunday. I'm expecting significant snow accumulations at Snowbird, Aspen, Mary Jane, Loveland and A-Basin. Backcountry skiers should be cautious of avalanche activity after the snow falls. 

Idaho, Wyoming and Montana: Moderate to heavy snow accumulations between Thursday and Monday. Snow levels will start high on Thursday and Friday with plenty of valley rain. Then, colder air will help drop the snow level on Saturday and Sunday.

California: Warm air keeps the snow levels pretty high. But, I do expect some light snow at Tahoe and Mammoth on Thursday and then again on Saturday. Another light surge of snow may hit Sunday night into Monday morning. 

Pacific Northwest: Typical spring snow levels through the weekend with light to moderate snow on Friday into Sunday at Bachelor and Hood. Turns drier on Sunday. 

Northeast: It looks pretty dry except for some rain/snow in southern New England on Thursday night into Friday morning. A larger storm system brushes the Northeast with mostly rain on Sunday afternoon through Monday. 

Tomer's Take: Stay West. Ski Snowbird on Friday, Loveland on Saturday, and A-Basin on Sunday.