We didn't get much mountain snow during the winter, but how about in May? In addition to the smearing of high-elevation snow, graupel, ice pellets, and hail the past couple of days, we have more convective storms on tap for today and tonight. Then, for tomorrow, the models are generating a healthy precipitation band over northeast and central Utah. Below is the NAM forecast valid 1800 UTC (1200 MDT) tomorrow.
What happens in the Cottonwoods will depend a lot on where storms pop up and if and how that precipitation band comes together, but there's a decent chance there will be some white stuff for Snowbird's closing weekend. The models are actually generating a lot of precipitation and high-elevation snow. I see this as a scenario where there's a wide range of possibilities from a few inches through tomorrow afternoon, much of it heavy creamy stuff, to perhaps a foot plus if the band really comes together. I'll be keeping an eye on the sky and may go for a tour.