First Wasatch Snow Storm coming! A foot or more above 8,000 feet!

Tuesday, October 4, 2011 at 9:06 am

Not much to update from yesterday. Forecast still on track.  Scattered thunderstorms today with highs in the mid-70s. Windy tomorrow with widespread precip arriving in the evening.  Snow levels will start out at 8000 feet or higher but quickly fall Wednesday night to 7k, and down to 6k Thursday night.  A few wet snowflakes are possible on high bench locations Friday morning.  Low will slowly drift over us on Friday and wrap around scattered showers are possible through Saturday afternoon.  Widespread precip should end Thursday night.

Expecting a foot or more above 8000 feet in the Wasatch, Uinta, and mtns of Southern Utah.  Highs in the valley will struggle to reach 50 on Thursday and Friday.  Winter is saying hello!

Looking ahead, after this storm temps will warm to around seasonal norms (around 70 highs in valleys, upper 50s in mtns).  The storm track will move north for awhile but models are hinting at a few storms at least brushing us next week.  Nothing clear yet. But we will let you know.

The Powder Hounds have got you covered.

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