Today marked the first snowfall of the 2019/20 winter season in the great state of Utah.
Snow fell overnight on 10,715′ Bald Mountain Pass in the Unita Mountains and was revealed in this UDOT webcam this morning.
NOAA had this to say about the snow on Bald Mountain Pass, UT this morning:
“It begins. Showers this morning have brought some light snow to some areas above 10,000 feet, including Bald Mountain Pass in the Uinta Mountains.” – NOAA, SLC UT, today
Last season, we skied about 40 days in Utah and it was an all-time season.
We’re fired up to spend a huge chunk of our days at Alta again this year.
Last season, Alta reports that they saw snow 52% of the days they were open.
Can’t wait for 2019/20 to get started in Utah!