Sign Up for an All-Access Pass

The Utah Daily Snow

Snow & Powder Forecasts for Utah

Active Start to October

YOU ARE BLOCKING ADS
Would you mind adding OpenSnow.com to the safe list?
Or, support OpenSnow directly for just $19/yr and enjoy no ads, 10-day forecasts, and unlimited custom alerts.
Advertisement

Summary

Rain showers today (Thursday) are possible as moisture increases across the region.  Warmer temps and chances for showers continue this weekend.  Things change early next week as another cold trough passes through the region, bringing high elevation snow showers to Utah. 

Details

Showers today (Thursday) are certainly possible, perhaps even likely in the mountains.  Snow levels will be extremely high, probably above 11,000 feet.  A bit of a break tomorrow and perhaps Saturday, then showers increase again later in the weekend as a trough approaches. 

A system is going to drop down the Pacific coast and bring precipitation to the Cascades and Sierra Nevada.  Then it will push east across the Great Basin, bringing colder temps to Utah on Monday and Tuesday.  The cool temps will be accompanied by snow showers in the mountains as well.  Right now, the Euro is more bullish with this system than the GFS.  Overall, it doesn't look overly strong at this time, but we could see a few inches of accumulation once again in the highest elevations.  We'll have to watch.  

I may not be able to update until later in the weekend.  

Evan | OpenSnow

YOU ARE BLOCKING ADS
Would you mind adding OpenSnow.com to the safe list?
Or, support OpenSnow directly for just $19/yr and enjoy no ads, 10-day forecasts, and unlimited custom alerts.
Advertisement

Recommended Content

YOU ARE BLOCKING ADS
Would you mind adding OpenSnow.com to the safe list?
Or, support OpenSnow directly for just $19/yr and enjoy no ads, 10-day forecasts, and unlimited custom alerts.
Advertisement
Please disable ad block or upgrade to ad-free.