Latest storm brings 7 more inches to Deer Valley, Park City Mountain

PARK CITY, Utah — Utah’s second significant winter storm passed through the state on Wednesday afternoon through Thursday morning. Temperatures plummeted into the 20s in areas such as Park City, with some locations crossing into the teens with Solitude Resort showing 16 degrees at mid-mountain. Over the course of the storm, both Deer Valley Resort and Park City Mountain Resort received an average of 7 inches of snow, with the highest total being at Solitude Resort, which reported 10 inches of snow in the last 24 hours.

There were moments during the storm that brought blizzard conditions to areas such as Silver Lake at Deer Valley Resort, which lies at around 8,000 feet. Until the evening on Wednesday, the snow line was largely limited to higher elevations but did slide down, bringing snow to the eastern foothills of the Salt Lake Valley.

Current forecasts show potential for more snow after Halloween as the state largely moves into a dry spell for the weekend.

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