Something to Watch

Sunday, January 10, 2016 at 8:54 am

Summary:

Gorgeous conditions continue in the mountains of Utah.  High pressure will keep us dry for the next few days.  A couple systems will try to push some snowfall into the region later this week into next weekend.

Details:

Absolutely gorgeous conditions so far this weekend.  This was yesterday morning’s webcam from Snowbird:

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Conditions have been great over the past few days and I’ve gotten nothing but positive reports, and some truly stunning photos!

A slight chance for some light snow showers in places today, but other than that, we will dry out for the first half of this week.  A weak, splitting storm will try to nose in on Thursday. Perhaps a chance for a few snow showers in the mountains.  Potential for a second storm Friday into the weekend to have a bit more luck.  This is a relatively new solution but it’s in both the GFS and EC to some degree.  I don’t think it will be anything major, but some storm energy is certainly better than no storm energy — particularly while we wait for a major pattern shift.

We’ll keep an eye on this potential through the week.  In the long range, it’s more of the same with a large trough of low pressure anchored off the Pacific coast.

WSF





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  • Andrew Ballard

    Yes!!!! Some positive news for my trip (wed-fri)!!!!

  • purelightimages

    We had a good day on Little Superior yesterday –

  • Brandon

    Alta Thursday – 4-6″ powder and snowed all afternoon.

    PC Fr and Sat – 5-7″ powder all over in AM, here and there in afternoon. Snowed all day both days.

    Snow Basin Sunday – 6-12″ powder everywhere is wasn’t groomed. Non-stop snowing all day.

    Monday Bird. Tuesday TBD.