Today the Climate Prediction Center issued it's "final La Niña advisory," which marks the end of this latest La Niña episode. As discussed in the advisory, La Niña is unlikely to redevelop this year. The long-range outlook is for neutral (meaning no La Niña or El Niño conditions) or El Niño conditions later in the year.
As we have discussed previously, Wasatch snowfall does not correlate with the existence of La Niña or El Niño. Just look at the snowfall contrast between the last two winters, both featuring La Niña conditions. We sit on the fulcrum of the El Niño/La Niña precipitation seesaw, which makes it impossible to reliably predict snowfall based on the anticipated development of La Niña or El Niño conditions. For example, look at the distribution of precipitation by three-month period over northern Utah during previous La Niña events.