This will be a memorable week of skiing with respectable powder days and outstanding spring skiing in the sun. No bad days.
Expect a great powder day on Monday, with 5-10 (overnight and partially from Sunday) with a 2,000 ft snow level. Convergence zone snowfall for Stevens and The Summit will see the most snow. You will see low snow levels creating good quality snow. Get on it early and favor north facing slopes. The storm will taper off and we will see partial clearing by afternoon. Groomers and off-piste will be wonderful.
Tuesday will see a quick moving ridge of high pressure and produce partly sunny skies and a fine day with quality leftovers and perfect groomers.
Wednesday a new powder day unfolds with 3-9 with snow falling through much of the early part of the day. Prepare for marginal visibility with heavy snowfall at times. The continuing snowfall during the day will fill in your tracks, for an all-day powder day.
Thursday through Sunday a high-pressure ridge will build in for several days of party, slowly moving eastward. Well see sunbreaks on Thursday then mostly sunny Friday and Saturday, with more clouds Sunday. The skiing will be a blast. Expect full on spring skiing -- sometimes firm in the morning and softening in the afternoon. Dont forget the sunscreen. Enjoy!
Your Grand Poobah of Powder
Larry Schick meteorologist