I still love to watch and forecast Utah weather and will continue to update the Utah Weather Cams, Utah Weather Links, and Climate Change pages but will no longer post on a regular basis. I'm spending more time enjoying Utah snow skiing, cycling, hiking, and water skiing.
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Thursday, March 21, 2013
The second round of snow is expected to move into northern Utah early Friday morning and continue into the morning hours on Saturday, winter like temperatures. Most accumulation snow will fall south and east of the Great Salt Lake as lake effect sets up. Plan on 1-3" of snow for the northern Wasatch mountains above 7,000 ft, 5-7" for the central/southern Wasatch. Look for tr-1" in the northern Wasatch front valleys, 2-3" in the Salt Lake/Tooele Valley with locally higher amounts benches, and 1-3" in Utah valley.
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Saturday, March 16, 2013
A quick moving and small storm is expected to move through northern Utah on Sunday with a general 2-5" of snow above 7,000 ft for the Wasatch and Uinta mountains. Plan on a few rain changing to snow showers in the valleys with no accumulation. Click on the below picture for the model projected snow fall.
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
A cold front is expected to move into Northern Utah this afternoon/tonight then stall over Salt Lake County and weaken as the main trough of low pressure moves through southern California/Arizona over the next several days. Most valleys in the state below 5,000 ft will see rain but watch for local Trace -1" of snow as low as the valley floor where the frontal band stalls tonight. By Saturday at 5pm plan on 2-4" mountain valleys, a general 3-8" for the Wasatch mountains above 7,000 ft, and 6-14" in the central and southern Utah mountains. See below for model projected snow fall through 5pm on Saturday.
Monday, March 4, 2013
Saturday, March 2, 2013
Look for a weak storm to move through the entire state on Sunday into Sunday night with valley rain and snow mainly above 6,500 ft. Plan on a general 3-8" of snow above 7,500 ft in the northern Utah mountains with 1-4" in the southern Utah mountains. See below for the model projected snow fall map.