SALT LAKE CITY — Following a round of storms that blanketed Utah last week, many resorts across the state are boasting strong snow-depth numbers.
Another pair of storms coming through the state this week may help continue to boost those numbers before temperatures are expected to rise.
Alta Ski Area in Salt Lake County led all Utah resorts with a base level at 97 inches (8 feet, 1 inch) of snow Tuesday; Snowbird reported 95 inches (7 feet, 11 inches). According to Ski Utah, the base totals at other resorts across the state, as of Tuesday, are:
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