The precip is expected to push in Monday night with snow levels above 7000 ft. dropping quickly below base level by Tuesday morning. Plenty of cold air will pour in with this cold trough Tuesday. We could see a coating to an inch or two of snow in the village Monday night before the sun comes up Tuesday morning. On the mountain above the models have enough liquid through Tuesday for 3-6 inches of snow. The highest peaks could have slightly more.
We dry out Wednesday and could see temperatures back into the 60's at base level by Thursday and 50's on the mountain. The ridge is out near 160w by Friday which may allow another cold trough to dig down off and along the West Coast. This one may be able to pull in more moisture than the system Tuesday. We could see snow begin to fall later Friday into Saturday. On the mountain we could see a foot or more of snow, but it's a little early to talk snowfall amounts a week away.
The forecast models diverge a little next weekend with the track of second system Sunday into Monday. The Canadian and European models keep the snow going as the next system brings in another decent shot of snow. The GFS model is now trending further North with the second system next weekend. We will keep tracking the trend all week. If the Canadian is correct and we see back to back strong waves next weekend we could see several feet of snow on the mountain for closing weekend.