One Year Anniversary Of NRDC Announcing The Demise Of Skiing In Utah

One year ago this week, NRDC announced that Utah was too hot for snow

Report: Global warming hits Utah’s ski industry hard

Dec 07 2012 12:09 pm

Every lean-snow winter batters Utah and its $1 billion-a-year ski industry, according to an economic study on global warming released Thursday by the Natural Resources Defense Council.

Report: Global warming hits Utah’s ski industry hard | The Salt Lake Tribune

And today, – 30ºC and tons of snow.

0420 PM     SNOW             ALTA                    40.58N 111.64W
12/04/2013  M16.0 INCH       SALT LAKE          UT   MESONET

            ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT

0500 AM     SNOW             BRIGHTON                40.60N 111.58W
12/04/2013  M11.0 INCH       SALT LAKE          UT   COOP OBSERVER

0540 AM     SNOW             POWDER MTN              41.36N 111.71W
12/04/2013  M13.0 INCH       WEBER              UT   OFFICIAL NWS OB

            POWDER MOUNTAIN - 0 FT

0500 AM     SNOW             HEBER CITY              40.40N 111.53W
12/04/2013  M8.0 INCH        WASATCH            UT   COOP OBSERVER

0443 PM     SNOW             BRIGHTON                40.62N 111.59W
12/04/2013  M14.0 INCH       SALT LAKE          UT   TRAINED SPOTTER

            SOLITUDE - 8200 FT

0400 PM     SNOW             ALTA                    40.57N 111.65W
12/04/2013  M18.0 INCH       SALT LAKE          UT   TRAINED SPOTTER

            SNOWBIRD - 8100 FT

0430 PM     SNOW             ALTA                    40.59N 111.64W
12/04/2013  M17.0 INCH       SALT LAKE          UT   TRAINED SPOTTER

            ALTA UDOT - 8799 FT

0459 PM     SNOW             BRIGHTON                40.64N 111.64W
12/04/2013  M11.0 INCH       SALT LAKE          UT   TRAINED SPOTTER

            BIG COTTONWOOD SPRUCES - 7402 FT

0630 AM     SNOW             SNOWBASIN               41.20N 111.86W
12/04/2013  M12.0 INCH       WEBER              UT   TRAINED SPOTTER

            SNOWBASIN MID BOWL - 7402 FT

0430 PM     SNOW             SPRINGDELL              40.33N 111.63W
12/04/2013  M15.0 INCH       UTAH               UT   TRAINED SPOTTER

            PROVO CANYON - 6100 FT

0600 AM     SNOW             PARK CITY               40.61N 111.54W
12/04/2013  M16.0 INCH       SUMMIT             UT   TRAINED SPOTTER

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8 Responses to One Year Anniversary Of NRDC Announcing The Demise Of Skiing In Utah

  1. Brian D says:

    Duluth, MN up the shore to Grand Marais (Mar-ay) picked up 2-3 ft of snow.
    http://www.crh.noaa.gov/news/display_cmsstory.php?wfo=dlh&storyid=98635&source=0

  2. stephen says:

    Steve would it be possible to get them to predict that I won’t win tatts lotto this weekend please./ sarc off

  3. gator69 says:

    “Global warming hits Utah’s ski industry hard”

    Yes, it’s too clod to snow. The models have spoken.

  4. Mohatdebos says:

    Can someone write to the Salt Lake Tribune and request that they do a follow-up report.

  5. R. de Haan says:

    3 day’s after Hufpo warns us climate change ruins our skiing season: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/12/02/heres-how-climate-change-_n_4372787.html

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