Ski Utah announces additional powder alert for the season
SALT LAKE CITY — With a snowstorm ahead, Ski Utah has announced another powder alert of the season.
A Powder Alert means there is 80% forecaster confidence in at least 8 inches of snow.
According to Ski Utah, a system will spin down the Great Basin and pass to our south.
Total accumulations will be 1 to 2 feet for the southern Utah mountains. For Cottonwood Canyons, Ski Utah is predicting 6 to 12 inches.
Five-day forecasts for ski resorts include:
- Brian Head – 24 inches
- Eagle Point – 20 inches
- Alta – 16 inches
- Snowbird – 16 inches
- Brighton – 13 inches
- Solitude – 13 inches
- Deer Valley – 10 inches
- Park City – 10 inches
- Sundance – 9 inches
- Powder Mountain – 6 inches
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