The Short Term
Two storms will make their way toward the region through the day on Tuesday. The first will track up to our west through the St. Lawrence River Valley (unfortunately) while the other tracks through the southeastern states and then up the coast. If there was more cold air in place and these two storms were to phase, we might be talking about our fist big dump of the winter. Unfortunately, that isn't the case and instead we're talking about mostly liquid precipitation. Rain showers will move in Tuesday afternoon and there will likely be a steadier period of rain Tuesday night associated with the storm to our west. Then on Wednesday, that storm moves off while the costal system moves in. For this second storm, there will be some colder air coming in on the back side of the first storm. While I don't see any widespread accumulating snowfall coming from this, higher elevations (above 2,000 feet) could see some light accumulation. Otherwise, most parts of the region will see more cold rain from this coastal system on Wednesday.
The Long Term
I want to tell you that a pattern change is coming. I really, really do. If did, I'd be lying though. The reality is that our current pattern of slightly above average temperatures with occasional more significant warm-ups. Over the next 7 days or so, expect highs to generally reach into the 30's with overnight lows in the teens and 20's. So on the bright side, nighttime snowmaking will continue to be possible, with higher elevation resorts getting some occasional 'round the clock snowmaking windows. Places that are open will be able to stay open. Places that aren't open will be able to get open. At the same time, look for much slower than normal terrain expansion at any resort.
I do not see any significant precipitation coming down the pipeline. In this case, that is actually a good thing because anything that might come along would likely fall in liquid form.