WIND: E 6 mph
AIR PRESSURE: 30.29 inHg
VISIBILITY: 10 Miles
Last 24hr: 4"
Last 48hr: 4"
Storm Total: 4"
Year to Date: 42"
Light snow (under 1 in.) until evening, starting again overnight.
Light snow (under 1 in.) starting in the afternoon.
Light snow (under 1 in.) in the morning and afternoon.
Light snow (1–3 in.) throughout the day.
Light snow (under 1 in.) until afternoon.
November 26, 2015 5:00am observation: base area temp of 9 degrees with mostly clear skies. Click Here >
Elk Park Ridge
Snake Creek Bowl
Lower Pioneer Trail
No uphill travel is allowed at this time.
Brighton lies in the Wasatch Mountain range, which sits right next to the Great Salt Lake. This geographical blessing means that an average 500 inches of deep, light powder falls each year. That is enough snow to cover a four- story building. Brighton is the recipient of the coldest, driest snow in the world. Our snow averages a mere 6% water content…compared to say, Whistler’s 15-20%.
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