The Big One?

Saturday, March 26, 2016 at 7:19 am

Summary:

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!

Details:

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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