As feared, the next big meltdown has started with temperature already approaching 50 as of noon on Monday. Rain will start this evening and continue off and on through Wednesday when temperatures may get into the 60s. Instad of winter storm warnings, we now have flood "watches" for the area. And even after Monday there is no big cooling - just 30s Thursday and Friday and then back into the 40s for the coming weekend.
With the warmer temperatures, surface conditions will be spring-like for most of the week. There is a good base in most places, so we don't expect a complete loss of snow. We will, however, be out checking around as of Thursday to see what's left. All in all, however, it appears this weekend will be one for hiking with traction aids. Just don't count on being able to cross any unbridged streams - at least not ones of any size.
Nextp update on Thursday evening 2/22 after we've had a chance to look around at the extent of the damage. Meanwhile, ski jumping may or may not happen on Tuesday, and apparently not on the big jump as originally planned. Final Olympic note: Women's Sprint Relay on Wednesday, 2/21. 5 AM live local time, and hopefully featured on NBC later if there are good results to show - keep your fingers crossed.