The Official Utah Snow Report

Inches Metric

new since 6am 3cmin

overnight 9cmin

24hr
9 cmin
48hr
9 cmin
Base
65 cmin
Now
34 °C°F
Low
25°C°F
24hr
1 cmin
48hr
1 cmin
Base
47 cmin
Now
28 °C°F
Low
24°C°F
24hr
3 cmin
48hr
7 cmin
Base
42 cmin
Now
38 °C°F
Low
28°C°F

overnight 6cmin

24hr
8 cmin
48hr
8 cmin
Base
66 cmin
Now
34 °C°F
Low
21°C°F

new since 6am 3cmin

24hr
4 cmin
48hr
4 cmin
Base
44 cmin
Now
34 °C°F
Low
28°C°F
24hr
6 cmin
48hr
9 cmin
Base
30 cmin
Now
41 °C°F
Low
20°C°F
24hr
2 cmin
48hr
2 cmin
Base
31 cmin
Now
35 °C°F
Low
25°C°F

overnight 3cmin

24hr
3 cmin
48hr
3 cmin
Base
45 cmin
Now
34 °C°F
Low
30°C°F
24hr
5 cmin
48hr
5 cmin
Base
43 cmin
Now
33 °C°F
Low
28°C°F

overnight 2cmin

24hr
3 cmin
48hr
3 cmin
Base
63 cmin
Now
35 °C°F
Low
31°C°F

new since 6am 5cmin

24hr
5 cmin
48hr
5 cmin
Base
65 cmin
Now
34 °C°F
Low
21°C°F

overnight 4cmin

24hr
5 cmin
48hr
10 cmin
Base
55 cmin
Now
34 °C°F
Low
20°C°F
24hr
7 cmin
48hr
14 cmin
Base
60 cmin
Now
30 °C°F
Low
31°C°F

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Today's Utah Daily Snow Forecast

Posted 01/16/2019 at 6:59 AM

Snow has been falling overnight and this morning in the mountains of Utah with 3-8" reported thus far.  This will taper off and give way to an even stronger storm for Thursday night and Friday which will setup bluebird Saturday.  Another storm possible to end the weekend.

Read the Full Forecast

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