Sunday, January 18, 2015 at 6:41 am


Another weak system will graze far northern Utah Sunday night into Monday with clouds, cooler temps, and a chance for a few snow showers.  Accumulations look to be minimal.  The rest of the work week looks dry with high pressure re-establishing dominance.


Really not much going on at all except for another grazing system tonight into tomorrow. Again, not really expecting more than a dusting with the highest amounts farther north.  High pressure keeps us quiet this week.  Inversions should remain.

Early next week, the EC gives us the possibility of a backdoor front bringing some precipitation to the region while the GFS waits until near the end of the month to break down the ridge.  Long range Euro ensembles generally keep the ridge in place right on into February..

At this point I’m just waiting for some solid good news to show up in the next 10 days… Until then, June-uary continues….


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7 thoughts on “Grazer

  1. Tim Bowers

    just got in late last night. disappointed that I’ll have no freshies any days here but do like to have a bluebird day or two.

  2. Alex

    At least there’s snow to ride on! I grew up surfing the east coast, where a bad day of waves meant that it was dead flat with no chance of any kind of surfing. Even a bad day on the slopes means you can at least ride on snow, just saying!

  3. Gary

    I’m coming out the first week in Feb. for a week. Flying in from upstate N.Y. I can only bring 1 pair of skis. Should I bring my cambered skis (76 under foot) or bring my powder skis (111 under foot, rockered).( Salomon Czar) I plan to ski Snowbird, Alta, canyons, Snow basin. Any suggestions from anyone?

  4. Mike

    Thanks for your great reports. I scored on bowling ball storm last Mon/Tue! I really appreciate the time you take on these reports. Brighton rocked both days.

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