With south facing slopes were starting to melt out around the Salt Lake Valley and mountain slopes turning to spring corn this past week and it felt like winter had made an exit. That was until Monday when it stepped back onto center stage for an encore. Storm totals in the Cottonwoods were in the 16-20" range with the Park City areas receiving just over 10" and Snowbasin to the north getting in on the fun with near 18". Cold temps and cloudy skies the past two days have kept the snow fresh. With near record snow depths at many of Utah's resorts it's the perfect time to get out and ride.
Tim from Ski Utah was up at Solitude on Monday to get evidence that Winter is still open for business.