Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Next storm

The next storm is forecasted to move into Utah on Wednesday afternoon/night and continue at times into Thursday evening before ending in most all areas except south of the Great Salt Lake where a lake band may set up. As of now plan on 2-10" of snow for the Wasatch front valley/benches, 6-12" for the Wasatch Mountain valleys and southern Utah mountains, and 12-24" for the Wasatch Mountains/Uinta's/Central mountains.

Monday, February 27, 2012

Statewide storm

A storm will move into Utah this afternoon from south to north and continue into the day on Tuesday. Plan on 6-12"+ of snow in most all of the Utah mountains above 7,000 ft, 2-5" in the northern Utah mountain valleys, and trace-4" for the Wasatch Front valleys/benches. Click on the 36 hr snow forecast link in the upper right of this web page before 9pm today for a detailed model projected snowfall map. Enjoy the new snow!

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Little storm - lots of wind

Plan on a general 2-5" of snow for the Wasatch Mountains today/tonight, 4-8" Uinta mountains. Will also be string winds with gusts to 50+ in the valleys and 80+ for the mountain peaks.

A bigger storm is projected on Monday into Monday night with 8-12"+ for the Wasatch Mountains.

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Went south - second piece of storm

Bulk of the energy with this storm went into central and southern Utah with less snow than expected in northern Utah. The second piece of the storm is forecasted to bring snow back to northern Utah between 5pm and midnight with a brief lake band setting up focused on the west side of Salt Lake Valley, Tooele valley, and into parts of Utah Valley. Plan on another 1-3" for the Wastach Mountains on Sunday night, 2-4" where the lake band sets up, outside of the lake band only another tr-1" is projected for the northern Utah valleys/benches.

Friday, February 17, 2012

Good storm is possible

A good looking storm is expected to move into northern Utah after 6 pm on Saturday with the first wave mostly ending along the Wasatch Front by 8 am on Sunday. With the first wave plan on 1-3" for the northern/southern Wasatch Front valleys/benches with 2-5" for the Salt Lake Valley, 3-6" for the mountain valleys, 5-9" for the Park City/northern Utah resorts, and 8-12" for the Cottonwoods. Look for a break in the snow during the day on Sunday with snow showers filling back in after 5 pm on Sunday and continuing into Sunday night. As of now a convergence zone (Lake effect) is forecasted to set up on Sunday night that could bring another 2-5" of snow for the Salt Lake valley and 8"+ for the Cottonwoods.

Monday, February 13, 2012

Mainly central/southern Utah storm

The incoming storm this afternoon is expected to mainly hit central/southern Utah with 5-12" of snow for the mountains above 7,000 ft by the time it ends on Tuesday afternoon, 2-5" in the valleys above 5,000 ft. For northern Utah plan on trace-4" of snow for the Wasatch Mountains, trace-1" of snow in the valleys south of the point of the mountain with 0-1/2" northern valleys.

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Coming storm

A quick look at the Monday night and Tuesday storm shows that it will mainly hit central/southern Utah. As of now plan on 8-12" of snow for the central/southern Utah mountains with much less for the Wasatch Front. Check back on Monday for a more detailed forecast.

Current storm

Current storm continues to push south and east out of the state with most rain/snow ending along the Wasatch Front by 3 pm, snow showers mostly ending by 7 pm for the Wasatch Mountains. So far 5"+ at Alta http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/mesowest/getobext.php?wfo=slc&sid=CLN&num=48 7"+ at Sundance http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/mesowest/getobext.php?wfo=slc&sid=SNM&num=48 and 7"+ at Brighton http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/mesowest/getobext.php?sid=BRC&banner=gmap&raw=0

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Another weak storm

A weak storm is expected to move into Utah this afternoon and mostly be over by mid evening. Plan on rain changing to snow in the valleys with 0-trace snow, trace-1/2" benches, 1/2-1" snow for the mountain valleys, and 1-3" for the Wasatch mountains above 7,500 ft.

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Disorganized weak storm

A disorganized and rather weak and slow moving storm storm will move into Utah this afternoon/evening with a few valley rain changing to snow showers along the Wasatch Front, most valley snow showers ending by sunrise on Thursday. Mainly dry weather is expected during the day on Thursday for the Wasatch Front valleys with a few lingering light snow showers at times over the Wasatch Mountains. Plan on 0-trace snow for the lower valleys, trace-1" for the benches, 1-2" for the mountain valleys, 3-5" for the Wasatch and southern Utah mountains, and 5-8"+ for the Uinta and Central Utah Mountains.