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Clear skies and slightly cooler temperatures registering in the mid 20's usher in the first Monday of April. Southwest winds increased slightly at the turn of the new day, clocking in at 15-25 mph along the high peaks. No new snow to report since last Tuesday's reset and soft, cold snow got caught up in supply chain issues and is in short supply. However, a bounty of corn awaits yer pickin', especially on mid elevation, south facing terrain where the harvest begins right around 10:00.
Clouds thicken and winds increase as the day wares on. High temperatures climb into the mid 30's and southwest winds crank into the 40's and 50's by days end. A solid shot of snow develops overnight with 3"-6" a good bet as temperatures dip into the teens.
Expect scattered snow showers for Tuesday morning with clearing skies late in the day which continue in that spirit for midweek.
Trip reports and snowpack observations are found HERE.
Looking for real-time temps, snow, or wind? Click HERE and then on the "western Uinta" tab for western Uinta specific, weather station network.
No other significant avalanche activity to report.
An archive of recent slides is found HERE.