Final Day

Sunday, May 10, 2015 at 8:37 am

Final Day of the lift-serviced season here in Utah — about two weeks earlier than usual.   It’s a reflection of how poor this season has been.  Mother Nature is celebrating Mother’s Day with 10″ of fresh snow on the upper part of Snowbird.  A very nice way to end an otherwise disappointing season.  Here is a timelapse of the snow falling yesterday:


A couple more snow showers are possible today with daytime heating, but for the most part, this storm is done.  We will have a mostly dry week.   Snow showers look likely to return next weekend as another trough moves in the region.

Have fun!  Give mom a big hug for me!


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  • bebop

    Thanks for all the hard work you’ve done this season in spite of its lackluster snowfall. See you next season!

  • kenny

    Great Job! maybe next year we can get a normal winter without Chem-trails and Geoengineering by our amazing globalist government! 🙂