PARK CITY, Utah. — Snowflakes began falling in the Snyderville Basin around 11 a.m. this morning, leaving powder-hungry locals and tourists on the edge of their seats in anticipation of a big snowstorm before New Year’s. That being said, today’s snowfall is only forecasted to bring about one inch to the Park City area, with a bigger storm expected by the end of next week.
Local weather guru Michael Ruzek, known on social media as ‘The Powder Buoy,‘ predicted on Instagram that the first week of January will deliver a New Year’s gift of fresh snowfall.
After a dry start to winter, Park City resorts could use a major snowstorm to help open more terrain. For more snow-related updates, check out the TownLift homepage for daily snowfall totals at resorts in Park City and surrounding areas from Provo Canyon to the Cottonwoods.
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