It took until late February, but we’re finally in a typical, winter-like pattern. Over the next week the region will be impacted by small to moderate cold storms every couple days. In my experience, this kind of pattern produces some of the best ski conditions.
The first system is currently moving into the region. Snow will develop tonight and continue through the day tomorrow. The steady, mostly light snow will add up to a general 3-6 inches across the Wasatch with 7 or 8 inches possible in the Cottonwoods.
We’ll have a break for about 24 hours before the next system enters the region Saturday afternoon. Total snowfall from this storm should be similar to that of tomorrow’s storm. The SREF below is generally in line with what I’m expecting for the next two systems.
As I stated, the active weather should continue into next, as advertised by the NAEFS:
Enjoy the skiing!