Sunny weather will continue through Monday before we see the first storm move in Tuesday. There will be plenty of cold air with this system to drop snow levels below base level as the heaviest precip moves in later Tuesday night into Wednesday. There are some differences still with the forecast models with regards to timing and snowfall amounts. Some model runs have light precip pushing in as early as mid-day Tuesday, and others hold off on precip until Tuesday night.
The heaviest snow looks to fall around Wednesday morning with snow showers lingering into Wednesday night. The current model runs show enough precip with this storm to bring 6-9 inches to the base and 9-15 inches to the upper half of the mountain.
The next system is slowing on the latest runs. The next round of snow could push in next Saturday into Sunday. It's too early to look at snowfall amounts but they look similar to the first storm and there is cold air with the second system as well.
The operational forecast model runs try to sneak one last system in for April Fools day and then begin to build a ridge off the coast. They have systems the first week of April dropping down over land to our East with cold and ligth snow possible with this pattern. The control runs of all the models show the ridge staying out near the Aleutian islands and continued cold storms moving into the West Coast off the Pacific through the first week of April. Still leaning towards the storms continuing the first week of April but we will have to watch the trend.