Dreaming of a White Christmas? 6 inches of snow forecasted for Park City ski resorts

PARK CITY, Utah — With 51-degree temperatures in Park City this week, Santa received many requests for a snowy Christmas – It just might happen!

NOAA is currently forecasting a storm to hit Park City starting on Friday, Dec. 22, through Sunday, Dec. 24, with up to 6″ of new snow at Park City ski resorts Deer Valley and Park City Mountain. Alta and Snowbird could see between 10″ and 11″ of snow through Christmas Eve. In town, 1-3 inches of snow is possible.

Powderbuoy also appears to be optimistic for this weekend, sharing in a post, “We may have a few more dribs and drabs before this weekend when the storm looks to be coming in for Christmas Eve”

This a reminder that First Chair, Townlift’s newest newsletter, delivers a concise summary of snowfall, weather, and the latest news. This email won’t flood your inbox daily; instead, subscribers can expect to receive First Chair around 7 a.m. on days when there’s significant snowfall (six inches or more) – Sign up here.

NOAA Regional Ski Resort Snowfall forecast through 12/24

Low End
High End
Alta Ski Area, UT51111
Beaver Mountain, UT366
Brian Head Resort, UT388
Brighton Resort, UT499
Canyons Village, UT377
Cherry Peak Resort, UT366
Deer Valley, UT256
Eagle Point Resort, UT577
Nordic Valley, UT244
Park City Mountain Resort, UT366
Powder Mountain, UT255
Snowbasin Resort, UT356
Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort, UT51010
Solitude Mountain Resort, UT599
Sundance Mountain Resort, UT255


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