Happy Thanksgiving! No major storms to impact travel, however no deep powder in sight.

Thursday, November 24, 2011 at 10:20 am

Happy Thanksgiving to all!

WSF is thankful for good food, good friends, good snow and all our readers that make this site possible! Enjoy your holiday! Now on to weather…

Warm advection moisture is streaming into the area today. Unlikely it will give us much in the way of precip aside from a few scattered light mountain snow showers and an isolated rain shower in the valley.  Main impact for Thanksgiving day will be clouds and wind.

Black Friday, we will see the northern stream clip far northern Utah with scattered rain/snow showers in the valleys of northern Utah with light snow in the mountains.  Not expecting much accumulation with 1-3 inches in the Wasatch with a few pockets of 5″ or so in favored areas.

System will clear out Friday night with strong ridge building in and temps warming.  Mountain temps may reach 50 degrees on Sunday so wear your sunscreen and light coats if your skiing/riding.

A weak cold front will pass to our north on Monday cooling us down a bit and adding a few clouds.  After that, models having trouble figuring out what’s going on.

Happy shredding!

…The Powder Hound….


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