1. Point releases on the Chalk Creek Road were entraining a lot of snow. 5800' elevation. HST 18"
2. Mid storm instability, I was not able to isolate the new snow column in this area, 5800' elevation and 35 to 40 degrees.
3. Snow cover, creep on guardrail and point releases on right side of photo.
Snow totals in the 2 Pahvant snotels may not be accurate today.
Pine Creek - No HS, 1.4" water
Bob's Hollow - HST 6", 2." water. This is a new site and it seems to be lower than Pine Creek based on 1 year of data.
Big Flat - HST 5"
Kimberly Mine - 15" , 8" water, The nearest UDOT traffic cams on I-15 do not have a lot of new snow showing.
I will hopefully be able to get into the high country this weekend and see if this truly was a lower elevation storm. Would have been nice if it fell on a base....
My moderate hazard is based on what I speculate it might be for the upper elevation norths - new snow, facets and wind.....