The Big One?

Saturday, March 26, 2016 at 7:19 am


A touch of snow fell overnight to soften things up just a bit.  Potentially strong storm moves in Monday and last thru Wednesday with significant snowfall likely.  Don’t put away your powder sticks yet!


Our weak wave yesterday and last night never really did get organized and precip had a difficult time pushing up into the Wasatch.  Reports this morning are generally in the 1-3″ range rather than the 3-6″ range we were expecting.  Disappointing, but better to be disappointed on a storm that was expected to be small anyway than on a big storm.

Speaking of “big storm”….  Everything still looks good for our upcoming system.  Snow should begin on Monday as a cold front approaches the area.  Snow levels will drop with off and on snow continuing thru Wednesday.  There could be quite a bit of low density snow in the mountains by the time all is said and done.  Based on current projections, I’d say anywhere from 1-3 feet is possible.  Tuesday and Wednesday look like the best days still.  Stay tuned…


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