Looking like an almost certainty that next week will be cool and showery. The only question now is just how cool and showery it will be. This time of year, we don’t have climatology on our side and therefore I tend to have less confidence in storms delivering what models project. However, it’s important to note that a colder trough will settle into the region next week and valley rain and mountain snow is looking likely.
Ensembles showing an array of possibilities:
Anywhere from 1-3″ of liquid through late next week for the Upper Cottonwoods. And yes, it should be cold enough for snow above 8,000 feet. That means we have the possibility of powder skiing next week. Unfortunately, Snowbird will be closed during the week so anything that falls prior to Friday will need to be shredded the old fashioned way.