Good morning! Here we go, the first phase of the storm is moving into northern Utah, as of 9 AM and the snow level will be up around 7500 feet at the beginning, then lowering fairly quickly with some moderate to heavy snow this afternoon and more snow overnight. I would say generally 4 to 8 inches will fall across the Snyderville Basin from this afternoon through early tomorrow morning. We'll see more snow tomorrow night and Monday morning! So, drive carefully and enjoy the snow!
Good morning! Another quiet weather day, but it'll be a fun weekend weather-wise! The system will move into the Pacific Northwest this afternoon and tonight, then head southeastward into Utah tomorrow morning and afternoon. The snow levels will start off a little high (7500 feet) during the morning and early afternoon, then drop into the Snyderville Basin tomorrow afternoon and down to Salt Lake tomorrow night. This first surge of moisture will bring 4 to 7 inches to the Snyderville Basin, and probably a foot or a little more to the higher elevations. I think we'll see more snow Sunday and Monday with the highest chance coming later Sunday and into early Monday with another 3 to 5 inches of snow! All in all, it'll get everyone in the ski/ holiday spirit!
Good morning! Another chilly start and a fairly quiet weather pattern, but it'll get more interesting by the weekend. We could see some snow flurries later tomorrow night and early Thursday, but I don't really expect any accumulations. A couple of systems will move across the area this weekend, and while the first one could start off a little on the mild side with the snow level closer to town, the snow level will drop and we should see several inches of snow through Sunday night and into early Monday. I'll keep you posted!
Good morning everyone! Sorry I haven't posted in a couple of days, just one of those things where life gets in the way and other things take priority like my business and family. A little light snow so far early this morning, but should see more of an increase later this morning and into the afternoon. I went 2 to 4 inches of snowfall on the forecasts I did earlier through this evening and I've seen nothing through the morning to want to change it. We'll see more higher up at the resorts, but for those of us in the Snyderville Basin, 2 to 4 inches should hold. A little break later tonight and much of tomorrow, but an increasing chance of snow tomorrow night and certainly into Saturday. I think the period from later tomorrow through early Saturday afternoon has the best dynamics and we should see a little higher accumulations than this first batch! Behind that front, another shot of colder air and should it push through quick enough, we're looking closer to 0 degrees Sunday morning and Monday morning!!!! Just like that, winter is here!!! Be safe and stay warm!
Good afternoon and what a beautiful day in the mountains!!!! A fairly significant change in the pattern starts tomorrow with a cold front that arrives tonight between 2 and 5 AM, so we could see some snow showers when we wake up in the morning. I don't think the accumulations with this system are heavy at all, but it will be considerably colder through the week!! When we reach Thursday, we'll see an increase in moisture with a chance of snow Thursday through Saturday!! It's looking like a great setup for the area to get some snow!!
Good morning! We have some changes in the weather on the way!!! It'll be awesome today and much of tomorrow, but a cold front will move across the area first thing Monday morning, ushering in a much cooler air mass along with a chance of some light snow or snow showers. Another system later Wednesday will bring a chance of snow showers, but the thing to watch, will be moisture moving into the area from the West on Thursday bringing a good chance of snow. At the moment, the snow level is expected to be between 5500 and 6000 feet, and we could get a couple of inches of snow. Sooooo, enjoy the weekend!!!
Good morning! A little cloudiness is moving across the area, but should see some sunshine this afternoon. High pressure is strengthening over the Great Basin and it'll direct any storminess around us over the next couple of days. There's a little stronger cold front expected to move southeastward across the Rockies that will bring a little cooler air mass Sunday night and into Monday. We could see a couple of snow showers over the higher terrain, but most of the impact will be further to the east. Until the pattern gets a little more active, I'll probably do this blog every other day.
Good morning! A little snow out of this last storm, but if you were up in town, I had reports of 2 to 4 inches and there were 6 or 7 inches above 9,000 feet. So, all in all, not too bad of a storm system. The back edge of this system is over us now, and we should see some sunshine this afternoon and we'll see quite a bit of sunshine through the week, as the jet stream is pushed north of the area. I think the coldest morning will be tomorrow morning where it'll be near 20 in the Snyderville Basin! By Friday, we should be near 60 for a high temperature. I don't see any storminess the next 10 days, so someone needs to start a snow dance or something! Have an awesome Monday!
Good morning! Happy Halloween to those who celebrate this spooky little event! The low pressure off the West Coast will continue to move slowly eastward today and tomorrow with gusty south winds and warmer temperatures. The winds will be quite strong, especially tomorrow and we'll see an increase in showers tomorrow afternoon and night, then turning cooler tomorrow night and into Sunday with some snow or snow showers. The heaviest amounts will be up above 8500 feet, but a little snow down into the Snyderville Basin later tomorrow night and Sunday. Not sure how much will actually stick to the ground, but we'll see some snow! High pressure will move back into the area by the middle of next week.