Saturday, March 17, 2012
Luck of the Irish?
As suggested in a comment from one of our readers, perhaps the luck of the Irish is shining on us tonight. There is still an area of precipitation sitting over the central Wasatch, Mount Timpanogos, and environs.
It's really quite remarkable. The northern Wasatch, which sometimes does well in southwesterly flow, has been largely skunked. Keep in mind that snow levels are still quite high, so accumulations are minimal below 8000 feet, but it's piling up in the higher elevations, with 8" since 2 PM at Alta-Collins with .94" of water. Yeah, it's Cascade Concrete, but who are we to be choosers this year?