There's a little snow shower activity in the area this morning, and I'm looking at blue skies, even as the flurries are falling. It'll make the roads a little slick, but overall very little accumulation is expected. We'll dry out the air mass later today and tonight with a pretty nice weather pattern through the remainder of the week. We're likely to see more high pressure during the first week to 10 days of January before we see a return to some storminess by mid month!
Good morning, and should be an awesome Saturday. This will for sure be the case if you can get to any of the world class resorts, because other than some high clouds, it should be really nice, but a little cold. A couple of very weak weather systems will move across the area tomorrow and Monday bringing clouds and some light snow or snow showers, but overall, very little accumulation with these systems. The temperatures will remain seasonably cold, but there's really not much in the way of any significant storminess over the next week. Get out and enjoy your Saturday!
When you look at the radar this morning, there's more ground clutter than precipitation, but I'm looking out the window and it's still snowing a little. Accumulations will be less than an inch, and we should see improving conditions this afternoon through tomorrow. Another weak weather system will move across the area on Sunday bringing more light snow or snow showers, but we could see an inch, or two. The flow pattern becomes more split and we should have more high pressure next week as the flow goes around us. Overall, a break in the pattern, but I think it's temporary!
Good morning! Another 3 to 5 inches in the last 24 hours across the Snyderville Basin with 6 to 9 inches across the upper portion of the resorts. The main core of the jet stream has shifted well south of the area, so a light air flow and a moist air mass will result in more light snow or snow showers today and tonight, but accumulations through this evening will be an inch or two. We'll have more breaks than storms over the next 6 days, but we will see a weak system drop southward on Sunday bringing some light snow or snow showers, but accumulations should be an inch or less. Our temperatures will be seasonably cold through early next week.
The next system is trying to move into the area, but we should see mainly light snow through the day, then a little increase tonight and tomorrow. Over the entire period of the storm (2 days) the snow totals will be in the 3 to 5 inch range, and obviously more across the higher elevations. Another cold front, but with only very light amounts of snow, will move across the area later Sunday. So, for the most part, should have a break in the stormy pattern through th
Good morning, and just a quick blog this morning! Merry Christmas to everyone and it's a sunny start to the day! The next storm system is moving into the Pacific Northwest, and this system will spread clouds into northern Utah tonight with snow developing after midnight, and we'll see snow or snow showers right on through Thursday. It's not the most dynamic or energetic system, but the models generate a little more than a half an inch liquid through the period so, probably a total of 6 to 8 inches over the next couple of days. There's a break in the pattern coming!
Good morning! It's 11 AM and a little later than I normally fet to the blog, but my grand daughter has an infection and needed to take her to the doctor. We had about 6 inches at my house last night in Pinebrook and had reports of 2 to 4 inches from Park City out into the Snyderville Basin. We have another band of snow to move through the area this afternoon, and it should bring another 2 to 4 inches of snow before it ends this evening. A nice break tomorrow, but another weather system will bring snow Wednesday and into Thursday with another 4 to 8 inches likely.
We've had one system move through the area earlier this morning, and now a little break, but the next system will move into the area between 9 and 11 PM, and snow will fall through the day tomorrow. Significant snow accumulations are expected with 6 to 10 inches in the Snyderville Basin up into Park City with more at the higher elevations. A break on Christmas Day, then the next system will bring some light snow in the afternoon on Wednesday into Thursday. I do see a break in the pattern for this next weekend and early next week!
Good morning! The low pressure that has been off the West Coast for a couple of days is moving eastward. We'll see the first part of this system later tonight and early tomorrow morning with an inch or maybe 2 in the Snyderville Basin up into Park City and 1 to 3 inches higher up on the mountains. The second part of the storm system moves in tomorrow night and Christmas Eve and has a better moisture field, and dynamics with 4 to 8 inches across the Snyderville Basin and up into Park City with 8 to 12 inches total above 9,000 feet. Christmas Day isn't looking too bad, but could see the moisture return the day after and into Thursday. So, a cool and unsettled pattern expected through the coming week.
High pressure is over us this morning, but there's a fairly strong low pressure off the West Coast that will begin shifting eastward. It'll move across us in a couple of pieces with a little light snow with the first piece late Saturday night and into Sunday morning. The second part of the storm system is the strongest and will move across the area late Sunday night and on Christmas Eve. We're looking at 4 to 6 inches in the Snyderville Basin and up into Park City with nearly a foot possible across the upper part of the ski resorts! There's one or two additional systems the remainder of next week, so the skiing should remain