Our last regular forecast is Sunday, April 17th. Intermittent forecasts will be issued through April based upon weather conditions which affect avalanche danger.
Currently: Skies are cloudy and temperatures are a few degrees on either side of 20° F. Moderate to strong southwest winds highlight the weather, with gusts into the 20's mph at mid elevations and over 50 mph along upper elevation ridgelines.
Today: Cloudy skies and temperatures rising into the 30's F. Winds will be from the southwest and increasing throughout the day, gusting into the 30's and 40's mph at mid-elevations and over 60 mph at upper elevations. An inch or two of snowfall is possible by late in the day.
These strong, pre-frontal winds are in advance of a potent cold front which is forecast to arrive around early evening. Winds will veer to the northwest with the front, and thunder is possible. Heavy snowfall overnight with a foot of new snow possible by Tuesday morning. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning through Wednesday morning, with snowfall totals possibly approaching 2 feet in the Provo mountains.
No new avalanches were reported from Sunday.