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Forecast for the Provo Area Mountains

Mark Staples
Issued by Mark Staples for
Monday, September 12, 2022
Welcome to the start of the 2022-2023 winter season. It's still officially summer, but there have been hints that fall is just around the corner with changes in sun angle, cooler nights, and shorter days. There hasn't been any snow in the mountains yet, but it is sure to come soon. September occasionally has short-lived dustings of snow. Typically more snow falls in October and November. Early season snowfall becomes the foundation of the snowpack, and we will be monitoring each event.
For now, thanks for checking the forecast and stay tuned. We'll issue updates as conditions warrant with regular forecasts and danger ratings often starting in early December.
Learn how to read the forecast here
Special Announcements
Thank you to EVERYONE and all our sponsors who attended the Backcountry Benefit on Sept 8th. It was a record breaking event in terms of both attendance and fundraising! Thank you!!
Sign up for the 15th Annual Utah Snow and Avalanche Workshop (USAW) on two nights, November 2nd and 9th. Sign up and get more info for the first session HERE and the second session HERE.
The Avalanche Professional and Ski Patrol Snow and Avalanche Workshop (PROSAW) will be during the day of November 7th. Sign up and get more info HERE.