Park City Could See 27 Inches of Snow by Tuesday
WASATCH RANGE, Utah. – Meteorologist Chris Tomer is back with another update today on the snow forecast for Utah and Colorado, and winter outdoor enthusiasts can take heart: Park City should receive 23 inches of snow by Sunday at 5 am, and there could be a total of 27 inches of new snow by Tuesday evening.
NOAA has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook stating that precipitation will develop today and increase in coverage and intensity tonight as a storm system moves into the area. Significant snow is expected in the mountains while many valleys will initially see rain or a rain/snow mix gradually transition to snow late tonight.
The Utah Avalanche Center has issued an AVALANCHE WATCH for the entire Wasatch Range. HEAVY SNOWFALL TONIGHT AND TOMORROW WILL OVERLOAD A VERY WEAK SNOWPACK AND CREATE VERY DANGEROUS AVALANCHE CONDITIONS. THE AVALANCHE DANGER IS EXPECTED RISE TO HIGH ON SATURDAY.