-32 this morning at Peter Sinks Utah, Peter Sinks is near Logan summit.
Friday, December 28, 2012
Tuesday, December 25, 2012
Another storm is expected to bring more snow to the entire state focused between 5am Wednesday and 5am Friday. Plan on 2-4" for the Wasatch Front valleys, 4-8" benches and many western valleys of central/southern Utah, 6-10" for the Wasatch mountain valleys and many areas between 6,000 and 8,000 ft, 10-20"+ for many mountain areas above 8,000 ft. Click below map for model projected snowfall through 5pm on Friday. Enjoy the snow!
Sunday, December 23, 2012
Plan on snow for the Wasatch front valleys and mountains focused between 8pm Sunday and 8pm on Monday. As of now plan on 1-3" for the valleys, 3-6" for the benches, 4-8"+ for areas between 5,500' and 7,500', and 8-16"+ for the mountains above 7,500'. Below picture is the model projected snowfall through 5am on Christmas.
Friday, December 21, 2012
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
It was -44 this morning at Peter Sinks in Utah! http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/mesowest/getobext.php?sid=PSINK&banner=gmap&raw=0 Go to http://twdef.usu.edu/Peter_Sinks/Sinks.html to read more about Peter Sinks which is located near Logan Summit.
Monday, December 17, 2012
The last and strongest piece of the series of storms is forecasted to move through northern Utah today and tonight clearing out of the Wasatch front around 9am on Tuesday. The last piece of the storm has sped up so snowfall will be a little less than expected but still plan on another 6-16" for the Wasatch and Uinta Mountains to go along with the 8-20" that has fallen since 5pm Saturday. Total snow since 5pm Saturday in the 14-36" range by 9am on Tuesday.
Saturday, December 15, 2012
Thursday, December 6, 2012
A cold winter storm is expected to move into northern Utah on Saturday and continue into Sunday morning with generally light snow showers in the valleys, light to moderate in the mountains. Will need to watch for lake effect on Saturday night into Sunday morning south of the Great Salt Lake. As of now plan on tr-1" for the valleys/benches with local 2-4" south of the Great Salt Lake, 3-6" for the mountains.