Finally. Finally we got a good storm, both in the mountains AND in the valley! So even if you couldn’t make it up to the slopes today, you could at least enjoy the snow in your own front yard.
But, if you did make it up, you know that most resorts in the Wasatch saw almost a foot of new snow. Here are some totals –
Powder Mountain: 14″
Park City: 9″
Not bad if I do say so myself. If you can get out there tomorrow, my suspicions are that it will still be some of the best conditions of the season.
The “storm” we talked about last week that could potentially make an impact on Sunday evening has weakened considerably. I don’t expect any additional precipitation to occur in the mountains tomorrow evening.
Ridging should build in Monday and persist until our next mid-level trough sweeps through the area Thursday night-Friday morning. This timing is subject to change over the next several days.
In the mean time, get out there and enjoy the fresh snow!