|This morning's "cloud storm" from the Salt Lake City International Airport|
Forecasts are largely on track from yesterday with atmospheric-river-related precipitation spreading into northern Utah today and persisting through tomorrow. In the upper Cottonwoods, the model forecasts are actually a bit wetter than yesterday's, with this morning's 12-km NAM generating 1.75 inches of water by 5 PM tomorrow (Thursday). Such water totals might be on the high side, but something in the 1-1.75 inch range for Alta-Collins seems like a good bet. Most of this will fall as high-density snow at upper elevations with snow levels rising to perhaps 8000 feet.
Yup, another Cascadian experience, but it skied well last weekend. Ski it if it's white.