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Winter Storm Brutus Dumps on Utah

by Ski Utah Yeti November 10 2012 2 Comments

Winter Storm Brutus is currently dumping on the whole state of Utah with many resorts in Utah closing in on 4 feet of The Greatest Snow on Earth®.  

Keep your eyes on our web cam page. 

And check out this link to the NWS Cottonwood Canyons Forecast.

Here are the numbers that the resorts have reported to us since the Brutus started pounding the Wasatch Mountains on Friday, November 9. 

We will start updating the snow report for resorts once they open, but to keep you up-to-date with the latest totals check out Comments area on the snow report.

Alta: 48 inches with a 43" mid-mnt base

Brian Head: 12 inches

Brighton: 47 inches

Canyons: 30 incehs

Eagle Point: 24 inches

Park City Mountain Resort: 30" at Jupiter station

Powder Mountain: 14 incehs

Snowbasin: 14 inches

Snowbird: 43 inches

Solitude: 35 inches


Don't believe us, check out this video from Snowbird.

Check back, we'll update this blog post as we get reports from Utah's resorts.

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