Today will be warm, but not as warm as yesterday and clouds should be on the increase during the day. By tonight into tomorrow, we’ll see a very weak impulse pass just to our north and east. This could bring a few light snow showers to the far northern mountains but nothing in the way of accumulation.
Weak to moderate system will move in on Sunday. The next impulse will dig a little deeper Saturday night into Sunday with snow beginning from north to south early Sunday morning. Sunday could be a fun day of storm skiing/riding. This system is far from being strong and the snowfall should start to clear out by afternoon, but accumulations of 3-6″ is possible with up to 8″ in select areas of the northern Wasatch. It will also bring much colder temperatures with snow levels falling to valley floors behind the front.
After a brief break on Monday-Tuesday, the next, stronger storm will move in on Wednesday. This storm is still looking good to potentially bring significant accumulations to Utah mountains. The frontal passage is currently timing for Wednesday night with snow continuing behind the front through at least Thursday and likely into Friday. Thursday and Friday could be really good powder days.
Models agree that we will clear out for next weekend after this system, but still too early to know how long it will be before the next system moves in. Hopefully sooner rather than later.