Utah Travel Headlines Blog

Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Snow, Snow and More Snow

The storm that walloped northern Utah today is expected to dump on southern Utah tonight. A snow advisory is in effect for much that area until 5 am Wednesday morning.

The storm snarled traffic, briefly shut down Parleys Canyon and the Cottonwood Canyons, and prompted officials to cancel classes at the University of Utah. This news article has details.

The weather is expected to remain unsettled during the next few days, with a good chance of more snow in northern Utah on Thursday.

Meanwhile, skiers are loving the weather. Alta, Brighton and Solitude all have a mid-mountain base of more than 100 inches. Solitude has received more than 28 inches of new snow during the past 48 hours. The Canyons received 29 inches of new powder during that period.

Ski conditions couldn’t be better. Historically, March brings the most snow to Utah mountains, and so spring skiing should be great this year.

Watch the weather report and get out and enjoy our white paradise.

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