In the Harold Ramis directed movie Groundhog Day, a weatherman played by Bill Murray relives the same day over and over and over again.
I've thought of that movie a lot the past week or two and it suspect you will to as we move forward through Memorial Day weekend.
The bottom line is that the unsettled weather will likely persist over the state through the weekend. Just watch the NAM forecast below which runs through Sunday afternoon and you get a good idea of what we're looking at.
Yup, showers and thunderstorms with some variations in the timing, coverage and intensity of precipitation from day to day. That's the pessimistic view. The optimistic view is that there will be some breaks where you can get in outdoor activities and there are no unusually cold airmasses making an appearance. Nevertheless, keep the shower and thunderstorm threat in mind during your outdoor recreating. Move indoors or into a closed vehicle if you can hear thunder, etc.
If you are thinking of skiing, this is a pattern of primarily hit-and-miss upper-elevation snow showers that are impossible to time. Really for good freshies this time of year you want something to keep it snowing fairly hard for an extended period as happened last weekend, but right now I don't see anything to organize the precipitation in that manner. Nevertheless, this is an extended forecast and I can't rule it out if we get a bit better large-scale forcing than advertised in the latest model runs. I expect snow levels to be fairly high this weekend, perhaps in the 8500-9500 foot range, except during periods with stronger precipitation when they might lower temporarily. Daytime maximum temperatures will probably reach near or above freezing even at 11,000 feet. What can I say, it's late May. Get on it if it starts snowing hard for an extended period, otherwise be thankful the snirt is still buried.