Saturday, November 15, 2014 at 7:42 am

7:30 AM:

Cold front has moved through the area as slowly as I think we could have hoped, which was great news for us as it has allowed a much longer duration for precipitation.  Snow has ended north of Ogden.  Many mountains up there seem to have picked up quite a bit of snow.  Hard to say exactly, but I wouldn’t be surprised if they were pushing a foot or more in a few areas.  Ben Lomond peak saw 1.40″ of liquid in the past 24 hours.  Here is the view over the cloud deck from the top of Powder Mountain’s Hidden Lake this morning:


Snow band continues at this time over the Cottonwoods and PC but should dissipate in the next hour or two as it slowly continues its march south.  Alta-Collins is showing 7″ of snow but I would not be surprised if there was more up there in places.

Remember, the forecast was for 4-8″ with a chance for a bit more in places, and I emphasized yesterday how important it was how quickly the front moved through in terms of how much snow we got.  It looks like we’re seeing a best case scenario today!

More on the forecast later… WSF

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  • Steve

    Any thoughts on the long term. Models seem to bring more ridging in than they were previously.

    • Honestly, didn’t even look today. I’m out enjoying the new snow. 10″ or so in the Upper Cottonwoods on top of what we saw Thursday night!