It seems to be a reoccurring theme from last season, the Nrn resorts and mountains faired much better with today’s frontal band than areas near and south of Salt Lake City. Overall, it looks like 4-8 inches of snow fell between Pow Mow and the Beaver with only an inch or 2 for all other areas. Snow showers will continue in the Wasatch tonight but highest amnts will remain in the far north.
Looking Ahead: Unfortunately, the trend is not our friend. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but the models have continued to depict a weaker, less amplified trough for mid-week. So in response to Matt’s question in the previous blog, it doesn’t look like we’ll be getting very wet. The atmospheric river won’t penetrate very far inland; so this along with a weaker trough means marginal snowfall accumulations. Right now I’m thinking ~ 3-6 inches through Thursday. I’ll definitely be happy if we can squeeze 6 inches out of the mid-week storm, all things considered. In the longer range it doesn’t look like anything significant at least through next weekend.