The past few days have been a serious setback for the snowpack. It's now a do over for the south-facing aspects, which are snow free. Snowmaking at the resorts has been limited or impossible. Fortunately the sun angle is low enough that upper-elevation north-facing aspects are retaining most of their snow.
Forecasts for the next seven days show a shift in the pattern after Tuesday with Utah under the influence of cooler northwesterly flow. The resorts should be able to get back to snowmaking, and I suspect they will be firing all the guns in their arsenals by later in the week when 700-mb temperatures are forecast to drop to near -7ºC.
I wish I could say that there was a big storm on tap, but as things look right now, that's not the case through next weekend. The models bring a couple of weak short-wave troughs through, but right now none of them look to produce more than a few mountain snow showers. Perhaps one of them will prove stronger than suggested by the models, but I'm not optimistic.
Sometimes there is hope in the extended, but the 8-14 day outlook from the Climate Prediction Center looks bleak.
Of course, these long-range forecasts have only modest skill at best. Burn some skis and the pattern will change.