Park City, UTAH — A mounting weather system could bring up to 20 inches of snow to Park City mountains or nothing notable through Sunday Nov. 19. Powderchasers is calling for 8-11 inches for the upper elevations of Park City peaking through Sunday.
There is currently a massive variance in the weather models for this storm with some calling for 4 to 9 inches of snow and others 11 to 20 inches in Park City. The storm will be very warm initially with valley rain until the coldest air arrives Sunday. Snow totals will hinge on the arrival of cold air and the models vary in terms of when and where that flow will go across the state.
NOAA is calling for similar totals as Powderchasers, with a range of 6 to 13 inches through Sunday.
National Weather Service Resort Total Snow Through 11/20
|Alta Ski Area, UT||12||19||19|
|Beaver Mountain, UT||3||7||8|
|Brian Head Resort, UT||1||6||9|
|Brighton Resort, UT||9||15||16|
|Canyons Village, UT||6||11||11|
|Cherry Peak Resort, UT||3||5||6|
|Deer Valley, UT||4||8||10|
|Eagle Point Resort, UT||6||13||13|
|Nordic Valley, UT||0||1||3|
|Park City Mountain Resort, UT||5||10||10|
|Powder Mountain, UT||<1||3||5|
|Snowbasin Resort, UT||3||6||6|
|Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort, UT||12||19||19|
|Solitude Mountain Resort, UT||10||16||16|
|Sundance Mountain Resort, UT||4||8||8|
Our recommendation is to get your snow dance on and help bring that cold air in to Park City.