Another round of troughs, one of which is already impacting Utah, this week will bring some additional accumulations - head up to whatever is open and enjoy the nice late season conditions!
Despite the calendar indicating it is April, we are currently in the midst of a major winter storm. Over 20 inches of snow has fallen in the mountains of Utah and more is still falling. Hopefully you haven't packed away your skis yet since we may be in for some epic winter style spring skiing.
The ski season is not over yet, but keep in mind the closing dates for you favorite resorts. It's been a great March of skiing, so keep praying for snow!
2010-11 Season Projected Closing Dates
Alta Ski Area: April 24, 2011 then reopening 4/29-5/1
Beaver Mountain: March 28,2011
Brighton Resort: April, 24, 2011
Brian Head: April 24, 2011
Canyons: April 10, 2011
Deer Valley Resort: April 10, 2011
Eagle Point: April 10, 2011
Park City Mtn. Resort: April 10, 2011
Powder Mountain: April 10, 2011
Snowbasin: Sometime between April 10-17, 2011 TBA
Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort: Memorial Day Weekend
Solitude Mtn. Resort: April 17, 2011 (pending conditions)
Sundance: April 3, 2011
Wolf Mountain: TBA
The storms just keep coming! It may be spring but a progressive pattern of troughs will bring some decent accumulations this week for some nice late March skiing/riding. Stay tuned here for updates this week!
After more low density accumulations overnight, get out and enjoy it! - no significant snow is expected any time soon after tonight. Its almost mid-March and the snow is excellent.