Today turned out to be a solid powder day with 7-12″ falling over the Cottonwoods. One more weak system will move over the state tomorrow night and then we clear out through the weekend.
Tomorrow evening the final storm in this series of weak systems will drop down from the northwest. Snow will break out over the northern half of the state tomorrow evening and continue through the morning on Wednesday. As you can see in the SREF plumes below, a fair amount of uncertainty still exists regarding snowfall totals. Having said that, I’m going with a general 3-8″ over the northern and central Wasatch. It won’t be big, but should freshen things up for Wednesday.
High pressure takes control for the remainder of the week. Expect seasonal temperatures and partly sunny skies Thursday to Saturday. Next chance of snow is Sunday night into Monday.