Utah Ski Resorts Have More Snow

KUTV in Salt Lake City reports that the winter storm moving through Utah has brought more snow to the mountains than anyone thought it would.

The storm isn’t supposed to end until Sunday night, but it had already snowed enough in some places by Sunday morning. In other places, the snow expected to fall on Sunday night was much higher than what happened.

It doesn’t look like these snow levels will stay the same. Throughout most of Sunday, snow will keep falling on the mountains. 2News meteorologist Jill Margetts said that places like Alta could get another 15 inches of snow by the end of the day.

Utah ski resort snow levels prove to exceed the forecast for weekend storm

Based on Ski Utah’s snow report, here is a list of the Utah ski slopes where the snow levels dropped by 7 a.m. Sunday. Remember that two to three feet of snow were expected in the Cottonwoods at first, twelve to eighteen inches in Park City, and eighteen to thirty-two inches in the Ogden Valley.

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At Alta, 59 inches of snow were reported at the mountain’s base, with an accumulation of 37 inches over the previous 48 hours.

At Brighton, 39 inches of snow were reported at the mountain’s base, with an accumulation of 31 inches over the previous 48 hours.

At Snowbird, 36 inches of snow were reported at the base of the mountain, with an accumulation of 39 inches over the previous 48 hours.

At Solitude, 38 inches of snow were reported at the mountain’s base, with an accumulation of 29 inches over the previous 48 hours.

At Snowbasin, 30 inches of snow were reported at the mountain’s base, with an accumulation of 27 inches over the previous 48 hours.

At Park City, 34 inches of snow were reported at the mountain’s base, with an accumulation of 18 inches over the previous 48 hours.

At Sundance, 29 inches of snow were reported at the mountain’s base, with an accumulation of 25 inches over the previous 48 hours.

At Deer Valley, 27 inches of snow were reported at the mountain’s base, with an accumulation of 16 inches over the previous 48 hours.

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