This weekend, the coldest air remains entrenched over the Northeast. Warmer, springtime skiing takes a firm hold in the Rockies and West. The storm track hasn't changed much since last week. There is only one snowstorm in my forecast and that doesn't hit until Sunday night into Monday at the Northeast ski areas. I just don't see any big storms in the pipeline for the Rockies or West. 

Northeast: Temperatures remain colder than normal this weekend. Both Saturday and Sunday look mostly dry. A snowstorm rolls in Sunday night into Monday with moderate snow accumulations at the ski areas including Killington, Mount Snow, Stratton, Sugarbush, Jay Peak and Okemo. Flurries linger into the Tuesday. 

Rockies: Spring skiing at its finest this weekend. You can ski beneath blue skies from Colorado to Utah and California. Wyoming, northern Idaho and Montana could see a few rain/snow showers Saturday afternoon. Colorado and Utah may get clipped by a light rain/snow shower on Sunday afternoon. Temperatures across the Rockies will run warmer than normal throughout the weekend. 

California: No change to the dominant pattern. I'm forecasting warm temps and dry weather this weekend. There might be a brief rain/snow shower Saturday afternoon around Tahoe but that's about it. 

Tomer's Take: Ski in the sunshine at Vail on Saturday, Snowbird on Sunday, and in the new snow and colder temps on Monday at Killington

–Meteorologist Chris Tomer