Despite the fact that I've had some decent skiing the past few weeks and conditions on "closing day" at Alta were pretty damn good, the snowpack situation across much of the western United States remains below median at many sites and in many drainage basins.
The best situation relative to normal is in the Cascades of Washington, the interior northwest, and areas near and east of the Continental Divide. Southern Oregon, southern Idaho, and much of the southwest is at 75% of median or lower.
Even with the recent snow, Snowbird is 76% of median with 31.8" of snow water equivalent as we approach the climatological maximum of snowpack at the elevation of the SNOTEL site (9177 feet).
For those of you hoping for a refresh this week, the odds are low. The best chance will be Thursday when we are tickled by an upper-level trough. Most of the ensemble members are calling for light accumulations, although there are a couple (out of 52) that push 10 inches. The odds favor 4" or less.