Today is June 13th, and NOAA is calling for 1-5″ of snow in Utah!
Snow levels will be as low as 7,500′ today.
Snowbird’s Snowcam is showing that they already saw 4″ of snow last night…
Powder day, anyone?
“Tuesday will be cooler than average areawide with precipitation likely over Northern Utah/SW Wyoming. Over the north high temps will run 10-15 degrees below normal with snow levels around 8000 feet . However, any accumulations should be limited to elevations over 9000 feet. Precipitation will taper off Tuesday afternoon from south to north. Southern Utah should remain dry although high temperatures will run 5-10 degrees below normal.” – NOAA SLC, UT yesterday
Near 700mb temps hovering around minus 2-3 Celsius will bring snow levels down around 7500 feet. Accumulating snows are expected across the Wasatch and western Uinta ranges, though impacts will be minimal as accumulations will be light and slushy on the higher passes. - NOAA SLC, UT today
“The unseasonably cold storm system moving through the northern Great Basin will generate widespread valley rain and mountain snow this morning. Expect wet roads for the morning commute, with occasional slush possible at the higher passes of far northern Utah. Precipitation will turn showery this afternoon, then end by early this evening.” – NOAA SLC, UT today