Year-To-Date Snow Totals

By Powderhound Matt Feb 23, 2016
Wondering how much snow your favorite resort has seen this year? Read on and you'll find out.
Year-To-Date Snow Totals

This year has been good, and after the low snow totals of the past few seasons this year has felt almost Epic at times. I thought it would be nice to compile a list of all the Year-To-Date Snow (YTD) totals from every resort in the State. Most ski / weather nerds like myself, love looking at the numbers so here you go! 

YTD Snowfall as of February 21st, 2016

Alta: 308”

Beaver: 176”

Brian Head: 220”

Brighton: 322”

Cherry Peak: 121”

Deer Valley: 222”

Eagle Point: 242”

Nordic Valley: 100”

Park City: 235”

Powder Mountain: 175”

Snowbasin: 202”

Snowbird: 322”

Solitude: 280”

Sundance: 233”

Now, as an added bonus if you’re really into weather, snow and statistics be sure to check out The Official Utah Snow Report  This thing has it all and the best part about all the stats is that they are laid out in a super user friendly format. You don’t need to be a statistician to dissect the data. 

I know what your thinking, I get the snow report emailed to me every morning and I check the Ski Utah app daily, why do I need to go there? Well here is your answer. It really is a one-stop shop for everything condition and weather related. You’ve got a brief synopsis from Evan at Wasatch Snow Forecast with a link to the full forecast.   You can see the seven most recent snowfalls at the resort of your choice. Live active Doppler Radar showing the exact location of the resort of your choice, not to mention a constantly updated weather feed pulled directly from the National Weather Services Point Click forecast.  Finally, my favorite feature, the line graph snow tracker. Here you can throw your mouse on any day you desire and see how not only the YTD snowfall has grown but also how the base snow depths have responded to warm and cold weather patterns and snowstorms. Be sure to click the  “Show Full Snow Details” in order to get all the data. Check it out, if you’re a skier and you're into weather this should be the first bookmark in your favorites folder.

Oh and one last thing, check out the video I threw together today.  It highlights some of the best skiing I’ve had in Utah during the past week and a half. From the resorts to the backcountry, the skiing and riding has been good! You’ll see...