Regional ski resorts like Alta and Snowbird are forecast for up to 15" of snow while locally Deer Valley and Park City Mountain could see between 7"- 8" of snow.
PARK CITY, Utah — A Pacific Northwest storm system will move across Northern Utah on Thursday. This will bring potentially significant snow to the Northern Utah mountains as well as much colder temperatures. Low temperatures Friday morning will be near 10-15 degrees below seasonal averages.
Regional ski resorts like Alta and Snowbird are forecast for up to 15″ of snow while locally Deer Valley and Park City Mountain could see between 7″-8″ of snow.
NWS Snowfall Predictions Through Oct. 27
|Alta Ski Area, UT||9||14||15|
|Beaver Mountain, UT||4||9||10|
|Brian Head Resort, UT||0||<1||<1|
|Brighton Resort, UT||6||12||12|
|Canyons Village, UT||5||9||9|
|Cherry Peak Resort, UT||4||8||9|
|Deer Valley, UT||3||7||7|
|Park City Mountain Resort, UT||5||8||8|
|Powder Mountain, UT||1||3||5|
|Snowbasin Resort, UT||2||6||6|
|Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort, UT||8||14||14|
|Solitude Mountain Resort, UT||7||11||12|
|Sundance Mountain Resort, UT||4||6||6|
Snow levels will start around 8,000 ft but quickly lower to 5,000 – 6,000 ft Thursday morning.
Some high elevations routes will see periods of slushy roads in heavy snow during the day Thursday.