The only change since yesterday morning is that the forecast models show the snow levels falling faster tonight. Looks like they fall to the base before Thursday morning. That would mean a better chance at the higher end of forecasted totals. Expecting up to a foot at the base with 2+ feet up top by Thursday night.
A wave of moisture may bring snow showers Thursday night into Friday morning. Then the European forecast model has another wave Saturday that could spark scattered snow showers. There will be system that will dive down the CA coast Sunday and still looks to stay West of us but we'll keep watching.
Next week it looks like high pressure builds off the coast and we start to warm. Then on Thursday a cold trough tries to push in from the Northeast. There could be some light snowfall associated with this. The European models bring in one last storm next Saturday before building the ridge back in, other models keep the storm to our North.
The forecast models are all over the place with the pattern starting next weekend. Right now it looks like a dry period starting next weekend or sooner if we don't the the European system Saturday. The CFSv2 climate model has increased chances of precip towards mid-month. The Ensemble forecast models are trying to put a big trough in the Gulf of Alaska by mid-month which would increase the chance of storms.