March Roaring in Like a Lion

March Roaring in Like a Lion


By Yeti \ March 13 2019

March came roaring in like a Lion. Here are photos, storm totals and year-to-date snowfall to recap the storm. If you're not a UT local, it's not too late to book your trip to ski The Greatest Snow on Earth this winter. (Hint: March can be one of Utah's snowiest months!)

Compared to last year, with the total snowfall at 345" and a base of 87", we're looking really good. Comparing this winter to the winter of 2016-17, 633" fell throughout the season and the base depth was 149". Right now Brighton is sitting at 513" total snowfall and 137" base. We're knocking on the door of beating the record year which was the best year we've had in at least six years and as this is being written, even more snow is falling in the Wasatch.


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Utah's Year-To-Date snowtotals as of March 12, 2019

Alta Ski Area
Last 7 days: 40"
YTD: 463"
Beaver Mountain
Last 7 days: 16"
YTD: 189"
Brian Head Ski Resort
Last 7 days: 31"
YTD: 275"
Last 7 days: 47"
YTD: 513"
Deer Valley Resort
Last 7 days: 30"
YTD: 311"
Eagle Point
Last 7 days: 35"
YTD: 314"
Nordic Valley
Last 7 days: 19"
YTD: 175"
Park City Mountain
Last 7 days: 35"
YTD: 352"
Powder Mountain
Last 7 days: 32"
YTD: 261"
Snowbasin Resort
Last 7 days: 35"
YTD: 339"
Last 7 days: 46"
YTD: 505"
Solitude Mountain Resort
Last 7 days: 43"
YTD: 428"
Sundance Mountain Resort
Last 7 days: 23"
YTD: 289"