NOAA’s official outlook for April doesn’t hold much hope for the majority of ski regions.
Cold temperatures for the Northern Plains means winter won’t be going anywhere soon, but unfortunately, the cold doesn’t correspond much with the areas of above-average precipitation.
Washington and Oregon will see above-average precipitation, but unfortunately, that will probably fall as rain as temperatures won’t drop low enough.
Except for Montana. Below average temperatures and above average precipitation means the state might see some late season snow.