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This morning, air temperatures are near 20 degrees F near Powder Mountain and in the low to mid 20s F near Snowbasin. Winds are blowing 4-12 mph gusting to 17 mph from the west. Light snowfall yesterday was pretty to see but only accumulated a trace of new snow.
Today, skies will be clear and sunny. At higher elevations, temperatures should approach 30 degrees while lower elevations should have temperatures in the low to mid 40s F. However, the strong April sunshine should make it feel quite warm. Winds should die down this morning and remain light today.
Looking ahead, some clouds should come back tomorrow with a few disturbances that could deliver a few snowflakes. A better chance for snow arrives Tuesday with maybe 2-4 inches of snow followed by warm, dry weather the rest of the week.
Snow conditions: The snowpack should be refrozen especially above 8000 ft with the upper 6-12 inches frozen solid that should remain supportable today.
No avalanches were reported yesterday; however, many wet avalanches occurred during last weekend's dramatic warm-up. Some avalanches occurred in the new snow late Tuesday.
See reports of all avalanche activity HERE