The first of two storms (second on Friday night into Saturday morning) is expected to move into Utah tomorrow (Thursday) bringing valley rain and mountain snow, general snow level stays above 7,000 ft. Plan on 3-9" of snow for the central and northern Utah mountains above 8,000 ft. Click on the below map for WRF-GFS model forecasted snow for this storm.
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Friday, February 21, 2014
Wednesday, February 19, 2014
A storm will move through northern and central Utah today with quick burst of snow for a few hours in the valleys then a break with snow showers filling back in this evening. Plan on a general trace-3" of snow for the Wasatch front valleys, 2-4" mountain valleys, and 4-12" mountains above 7,000 ft. Click on the below image for model forecasted snow fall for this storm.
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Plan on more heavy wet snow over the central and northern Utah mountains today and tomorrow with valley rain. Plan on a general 8-20" of snow in areas above 8,000 ft with the highest amounts in areas that do well is a southwesterly flow. Click on the below map for model forecasted snow between 5am today and 5am Friday, model forecasted amounts are usually a little high is this type of pattern.
Wednesday, February 5, 2014
A moist westerly flow will be over mainly central/northern Utah through Monday morning with snow at times over the mountains, snow changing to rain in the valleys. Click on the below map for model forecasted snow between 5am Friday and 5am Monday, does not include the snow that has already fallen. Typically the models over forecast snow in this type of situation but lots of snow is still expected! For now plan on a general 18-36"+ for most central and northern Utah mountains above 7,000 ft through 5am Monday.
Monday, February 3, 2014
A small storm is expected to move into Utah on Monday night and continue into the day on Tuesday. Plan on a general tr-2" of snow in the valleys, 2-4" benches, 3-5" mountain valleys, and 5-10" for most central and northern Utah mountains above 7,000 ft. Click on the below map for more details.