MLK Weekend Storm Recap

MLK Weekend Storm Recap


By Yeti \ January 22 2019

MLK weekend brought a HUGE storm through Utah delivering over 65 inches between January 18 and 22. Some of Utah's base depths are now over 100 inches and the skiing is REALLY REALLY good! The big winners from this storm were Alta, Snowbird and Brighton, all receiving over 50 inches since January 18. See storm totals below, including a seven-day snow total from January 16-22. And now we wait for the next storm to roll into town.

In the meantime, feast your eyes on some of our favorite shots from the weekend.

Snowfall since Friday:

Alta Ski Area - 57 inches
Beaver Mountain - 33 inches
Brian Head Ski Resort - 18 inches
Brighton - 51 inches
Deer Valley Resort - 42 inches
Eagle Point - 34 inches
Nordic Valley - 7 inches
Park City Mountain - 45 inches
Powder Mountain - 24 inches
Snowbasin Resort - 24 inches
Snowbird - 66 inches
Solitude Mountain Resort - 45 inches
Sundance Mountain Resort - 41 inches

seven day snowfall map

Ski Utah offers a variety of historic snow data sets:

Select Base or New Snowfall Illustration

Select either Base or New Snowfall. Then select from Today, Last 7 Days, Last 30 Days, or Historic. When viewing Historic, you can zoom in on dates by clicking on the graph lines. Enjoy!

Snowfall in the last seven days: 

Alta Ski Area - 74 inches
Beaver Mountain - 29 inches
Brian Head Ski Resort - 21 inches
Brighton - 67 inches
Deer Valley Resort - 53 inches
Eagle Point - 43 inches
Nordic Valley - 14 inches
Park City Mountain - 51 inches
Powder Mountain - 36 inches
Snowbasin Resort - 35 inches
Snowbird - 77 inches
Solitude Mountain Resort - 63 inches
Sundance Mountain Resort - 55 inches

If you want to nerd out on more snow stats, visit Utah's Offical Snow Report.