Don't count this season as over yet. This evening it began snowing and it's been coming down off and on for the last 6 hours. As of midnight, the main low pressure had yet to pass overhead. When it does, the weather forecasters are all saying that the storm will setup with a classic Utah lake effect pattern. While notoriously difficult to forecast, these are the storms that sometimes end up walloping the Wasatch mountains. Forecasts are calling from anywhere between 6 inches and 2 feet of new power over the next two days. Regardless of the final storm total, this is the perfect way to freshen up the turns and close out the season. Later in the week it looks like the sun will come out and we'll have some classic Utah bluebird days to enjoy the new snow. Hope to see you all on the slopes!