Utah SNOW REPORTMarch 25 2023
New snowfall across
Tony Grove Lake
receiving up to
new snowfall, raising snowpack levels up to
Snowpack levels across the state are currently 234% of normal. The deepest snowpack in Utah was last observed at Ben Lomond Peak with a snowpack depth of 187”, about 199% of normal when compared to it's 80" average depth for this time of year.
Ef Blacks Fork Gs, perched at an elevation of 9,360 ft., is currently experiencing some of the coldest temps in Utah with air temps last recorded at 9 degrees. More snowfall is expected this week, and areas like Chepeta are forecasted to receive up to 15" of snowfall in the next 5 days.