NOAA has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Utah today through Monday night that is calling for 7-14″ of snowfall in the mountains. The system is forecast to split giving the southern mountains more snow than the northern mountains (ie the Wasatch). NOAA is forecasting 7-14″ of snowfall in the mountains of Utah with the highest amounts in the south […]
wasatch snow forecast
NOAA has placed a winter weather advisory early this morning for the Northern Wasatch region in Utah. Snow has increased to a steady rate, and is expected to become heavy this afternoon in the mountains of Northern Utah. The region is expected to get up to a foot of fresh snow in the next 24 hours. From Wasatch Snow Forecast: Precipitation will slowly spread south late today and tonight through the entire state with snow above 6,000 feet. Mountain accumulations should be in the 6-12″ range, with up to 15″ possible in favored locations like the upper Cottonwoods.
NOAA.org and Wasatch Snow Forecast are calling for the first(sorta second) good storm of the season for Alta, UT! WSF is calling for “Total accumulations by Sunday should be 6-12+” above 7,000 feet”. Read the full report here. If you believe the NOAA point forecast, it is calling for 12-26″ by Sunday morning. I find that a bit hard to believe… The snow has just begun to fall in LCC. The Alta cams are all down or not refreshing at this point in time […]