With the closing of lift served skiing, and the CAIC ramping down for the season, unsettled weather is ramping up.
NW flow is steering several Clipper like systems through the Great Lakes, trailing weak fronts through N. Colorado.Most moisture is advecting from a confused, wandering system in the SW.This will be suppressed as the trailing edge of NW. flow pushes it S.
Neither of these features exhibit any organized dynamics for the next few days. Just intermittent shower activity, none heavy, with snow level above 10,000′. Persistent however.
This pattern looks to continue off and on, all week, but will get more energy by next weekend.
Snowpack is quite solid, but not isothermal. So new snow accumulations could cut loose.