Our last remaining snow showers will start to clear out today. It looks like a general break from active weather as we head into the weekend. Not much agreement yet on what next week has in store for us.
Storm is winding down. Scattered snow showers yesterday added an additional 2-6″ in the Central Wasatch. Up north, they saw higher amounts thanks to persistent bands of snow. 7″ additional for Powder Mountain with 13″ for Beaver! Down south, Brian Head received 9″ of snow since yesterday morning. Storm totals ranged from 10-25″, with most resorts in the 18″-24″ range, so the storm performed just about as expected — maybe just a touch better.
Quiet weather should prevail Thursday thru the weekend with warming temps. Next week, models are all out of sync. There does appear to be a chance for some precipitation next week but exactly when, and in what nature is unknown. Does not appear to be significant at this time. There are some hints that has we head into the second week of April, the tempo could pick up again. Hopefully you don’t think we are done for the season. April (and even May) sometimes produce some great powder days.