With all the snow falling lately, we’re stoked to get a sneak peek at the 2018-19 Utah Resort Opening Dates. Starting November 16, let the season begin! For more, visit KUTV.com.
October 11 was an exciting day. Resorts all over the west were being shrouded in snow and looking much like winter. Even over two feet at southern Utah’s Brian Head Resort! Read below for the highlights or visit Powder.com for the full article.
Oh crap! I keep hearing “there isn’t going to be any epic snow days this year.” Or “we won’t get to see the snow and wind ‘nuking’ at the local resorts.” Wrong! Are your snow dances not working? Your desperate snow prayers going unanswered? The local weather people not giving you any hope of Monster Dump days? Relax! All is not lost. Not likely by a long shot!
This weather discussion and season outlook is provided by Evan Thayer of OpenSnow.
Typically during this time of year in Utah, the mountains are already blanketed in white, skis and snowboards are being waxed, and snow enthusiasts are prepping for opening weekend. However, for the second consecutive year, Utah skiers and boarders are looking up at mountains in mid-November that are largely devoid of snow.
Which resorts got the most snow this year in Utah? The Cottonwood resorts came out on top again with the most snowfall for the 2014-2015 ski season (although the season is still not over yet). Check out the snowfall totals so far for Utah ski resorts.