The storm track remains active across the Northeast this weekend with two different storms in my forecast. The first storm is the bigger of the two and hits on Saturday followed by a smaller Alberta Clipper on Sunday. But, keep in mind it's springtime and the Saturday storm will mix with or change to rain at times, especially at lower elevations. It should end as snow in most places. 

The weekend storm track builds a ridge of warm, dry weather over parts of the west. The exception will be the northern Rockies. A storm hits the west coast on Monday of next week. 

Rockies: Spring is in full swing. It looks warm and dry in Utah and Colorado this Saturday and Sunday. Enjoy the corn snow and sunshine! The best chance for new snow stays up in Wyoming and Montana. A new storm rolls from the west coast into Utah and Colorado early next week. 

Northeast: I'm expecting moderate to heavy snowfall amounts at the ski areas on Saturday in Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine. Less accumulation elsewhere and more of a rain/snow mix or all rain at lower elevations. Killington, Mount Snow, Sunday River, Okemo, Sugarbush, Sugarloaf and Jay Peak are the best bets. 

The second storm on Sunday should deliver light to moderate snow to the ski areas. This storm looks colder than the Saturday storm. Yet another storm with even warmer air rolls in on Tuesday. 

Tomer's Take: For new snow ski Jay Peak on Saturday and Sugarloaf on Sunday. 

-Meteorologist Chris Tomer