Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Bluebird Through the Weekend

Not much to say today except enjoy the next few days.  The GFS time-height section for Salt Lake city pretty much tells the tale: Dry.  We'll have some lingering low clouds this morning, and perhaps a some wispy high clouds at time, but otherwise things look bluebird through the weekend.

Temperatures will be warming up through Friday with the 700-mb (10,000 ft) temperature expected to reach about -2ºC late Friday or Saturday.  That means that south and west facing aspects will be going through a melt-freeze cycle later in the week, but high north and northeast should provide great skiing through the weekend.

Park City Readers:

I'll be giving a talk and book signing at Dolly's Bookstore on Main Street in Park City at 6:30 PM this Thursday, March 5th.  Drop by and enjoy a discussion of my book Secrets of the Greatest Snow on Earth including the history of that iconic phrase, avalanches, and other topics of interest to Wasatch Weather Weenies.

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