A slow moving storm will bring more wet weather back to Utah starting on Monday night then continuing into Thursday in some areas. Plan on a general 4-10" of snow for most mountain areas above 8,000 ft, local 10-20" amounts over the Raft River Range. Click on the below map for model forecasted snow through 6pm Thursday.
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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Saturday, March 29, 2014
A strong cold front will move through Utah on Sunday bringing more snow to all mountain areas with rain changing to snow in the valleys, most snow ends by sunrise on Monday. Plan on a general 7-11" of snow for the northern Utah mountains above 8,000 ft with 4-7" for the southern Utah mountains, trace-2" of snow for the Wasatch front benches. Click on the below map for model forecasted snow for this storm.
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Plan on mountain snow at times today through Friday morning, snow mixed in as low as the valley floor with little if any accumulation in most places. Look for a general 8-12" of snow for the northern Utah mountains above 8,000 ft with 4-10" for the central/southern Utah mountains. Click on the below image for model forecasted snow fall through 6am Friday.
Thursday, March 20, 2014
Monday, March 10, 2014
A storm is expected to bring valley rain changing to snow to northern and central Utah on Monday night into the morning hours on Tuesday, looks to be the last storm for a week or so. Plan on a general trace-3" for the valleys/benches, 2-4" for the mountain valleys, and 4-10" for the mountains above 7,000 ft. Click on the below map for model projected snowfall for this storm.
Thursday, March 6, 2014
Plan on some valley rain and mountain snow today for central and northern Utah with a few snow showers lingering into Friday morning over the mountains. In general look for 3-8" of snow above 8,000 ft. Click on the below map for model forecasted snow amounts.