A Few Flurries At Most

Posted Thursday, January 13th, 2022 by Matt Demaria

TL;DR: A weak storm will graze northern Utah tonight into tomorrow, but only expect some increased cloud cover and a few flurries. Another strong ridge will keep us dry through at least the middle of next week when there is a small chance of a weak storm.

Hidden Lake - South View 8,500ft
Source: PowderMountain.com

Short-Term: An upper-level wave over the Pacific northwest will weaken and move into Utah tonight into tomorrow. A dry cold front will pass through, but little to no snow accumulations are expected. This weekend will be dry and mostly clear with light winds.

Long-Term: Our January Thaw will continue with a strong blocking ridge in place over The Great Basin region. We may see a weak system around the middle of next week, but most models are not showing it making it through the ridge in place. Beyond that, the ridge does not show any signs of weakening. It might be a while until we get our next big storm…

-Matt DeMaria

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