Sadly, the latest forecasts show scant precipitation over the next seven days. There are a few ensemble members going for a small snowfall event early next week, but it's a low probability possibility.
Snow was sparse through the middle of February. Things picked up for about a month, and now we are limping along once again.
The Alta Snowfall History shows a cumulative seasonal snowfall of only 321 inches with 8 deep-powder days (based on a minimum of 10 inches or more of snow). The latter is about half of average. Five of those deep powder days occurred from Feb 15 to March 17, which now stands as the closest thing to a month of winter that we saw this year.
It's possible that we have more dumps in the future. April can do sometimes bring the goods. Nevertheless, even if it comes around, I feel a bit cheated by winter this year.
There's always next season...