As a very cold trough pushes down from the north tonight and tomorrow, we should end with 6-12 inches of light dry powder above 8000 feet. Even more if the deformation zone sets up over us, which could happen. The cold air is reinforced by another shot Monday into Tuesday, but this storm has little moisture to work with. Then the ridge will build in providing warmer temperatures and clear skies through next weekend. After that, drum roll please, the models are coming into agreement in a big shift toward wet weather around the 11th of March. With sun high in the sky, this is usually when big changes can happen as mother nature overrides the pattern we have been stuck in. I got a feeling this is gonna be it.