Utah mountains forecast to receive 9″ to 15″ of snow by Thursday

PARK CITY, Utah — The National Weather Services (NWS) shared an update for the midweek storm currently impacting Park City. While accumulations in town are set at a few inches, regional mountains could pick up 9″ to 15″ of snow by Thursday. According to the Winter Weather Advisory, the snow is expected to be heaviest Tuesday afternoon into early Tuesday evening.

Powderchasers says that the Wasatch Mountains on Tuesday midday will see 2″ to 5″ of snow, with additional amounts Tuesday night of 4″ to 9″. Storm totals in Utah will likely be in the 4″ to 9″ range for Park City Mountain, with 9″ to 15″ in the Cottonwoods.

NWS Ski Resort Snow Totals Through 3/13 at 6 p.m.

Low End
High End
Alta Ski Area, UT91416
Beaver Mountain, UT367
Brian Head Resort, UT4913
Brighton Resort, UT71113
Canyons Village, UT61012
Cherry Peak Resort, UT5910
Deer Valley, UT4610
Eagle Point Resort, UT81214
Nordic Valley, UT135
Park City Mountain Resort, UT5811
Powder Mountain, UT247
Snowbasin Resort, UT489
Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort, UT91617
Solitude Mountain Resort, UT71314
Sundance Mountain Resort, UT367

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