Utah to see a cool and dry weekend before snow returns on Monday

PARK CITY, Utah — After a week of rain and snow, Utah is headed for a dry weekend with cool below, average temperatures compared to the seasonal norms. That will change late on Sunday into Monday when snow showers move into the area. Snowfall is expected to be light throughout the day before picking up Monday evening and carrying into Tuesday with strong winds present.

Powderchasers has snowfall forecasts at a few inches early Monday before picking up in the evening in the Cottonwoods and Park City area with six inches to a foot possible.

Snow will continue into Tuesday, with a big surge passing through during the evening. Wednesday morning has a high potential for an epic powder day by the time lifts open, with the Cottonwood resorts likely receiving a foot or more of snow and the Park City area seeing somewhere between six and twelve inches. Upper elevations could see strong winds at speeds that could cause lift closures.

At lower elevations, multiple areas across the state could see heavy rainfall over Monday and Tuesday.

Current Danger Ratings for the avalanche forecast are at least moderate, with multiple places rising to considerable. See the Utah Avalanche Center’s forecasts for specific area avalanche conditions.

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