The 2-week snowfall history for Alta pretty much shows how good we had it the previous week, and how quiet it has been this week. Note the behemoth dumps on the 20th and 21st, and then again last weekend.
|It doesn't get any better than this.|
Remarkably, however, they really got pounded yesterday in the Ogden-area mountains, which received 10-15", so one option for deeper powder is to hit Powder Mountain today or do some ski touring up north. It will be essential, however, to be thinking northerly aspects as the much of the terrain up there is at lower elevations and we're dealing with a relatively mild airmass and a spring sun now. Powder is unfortunately perishable.
Saturday looks dry, but the models are bringing in a weak trough for Sunday.
Uncertainty remains, however, concerning the track and timing of the trough and amount of snowfall, so keep your fingers crossed and your eyes on the forecast.