Regular readers of this blog already know that this has been a down snow year thusfar for much of the western United States. That is readily apparent when looking at the percent of average snowpack snow water equivalent at SNOTEL stations this morning.
That is not substantially different than Snowbird, which sits at 6.4" of SWE, but that equates to a much lower percent of average (63%) because it snows so much at Snowbird on average.
So where is the southwest snowpack deepest? A quick look suggests Wolf Creek Pass in the San Juan Mountains, which sits at 13" of SWE.