Utah’s Brian Head Resort ended up with a foot of fresh out of the latest storm and although it’s just a start, another low-hanging storm system in coming into view tonight. That system should hopefully push Utah back into winter mode by the New Year reports NOAA.
Solitude, Snowbird, and Alta all received decent accumulations out of the last round with 6-8″ accumulations (*looked like a bunch more @Snowbird — See below) while other ski areas like Beaver, Brighton, and Eagle received anywhere between 4-6″.
But the best part is what’s to come. NOAA is currently forecasting a large winter storm to cover Utah by the end of Friday, bringing with it accumulations in excess of a FOOT of new snow by Christmas Day!
*LET IT SNOW!
“Friday night into Saturday, snow is expected across the area, with 5 to 10 inches expected across the mountains. Valleys north of I-80 can expect 1 to 4 inches of new accumulation, with little to no accumulation south of I-80.” – NWS Salt Lake City
Park City Forecast:
Powder Mountain Forecast:
Brian Head Forecast:
Hazardous Weather Outlook
This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for the western two thirds of Utah and southwest Wyoming.
DAY ONE…Today and Tonight
Patchy dense fog is possible across the valleys of west central and southwest Utah this morning, as well as portions of the central and eastern valleys. Any fog that does develop will burn off by midday.
Snow will develop across the northern outlook area tonight with significant accumulation possible by daybreak in both the mountains and valleys from about Ogden north.
DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…Saturday through Thursday
Snow will continue across the northern outlook area Saturday morning. Significant additional accumulation will be possible in both the mountains and valleys north of about Salt Lake City. The snow will taper off Saturday afternoon.
Yet another round of accumulating snow is forecast for portions of the northern outlook area Sunday into Monday.