Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at 7:22 am

Yesterday we saw close to an inch of liquid fall throughout much of the Wasatch.  Snow levels started high, around 9k feet, so accumulations were somewhat limited to the highest elevations.  Forecast was for 4-8″ on the upper mountain and both Brighton and Snowbird are reporting 6″.  There should be some fun turns today.

A weak system will push through on Thursday into Thursday night. Snow showers are likely but it’s looking like accumulations will be light.  Probably only a few inches at best.

The weekend looks mostly quiet with warmer temps.  But the active pattern continues as a trough looks likely to impact the region next Tuesday/Wednesday.  Too early for details but it has potential to be a halfway decent storm.  Stay tuned…


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