March Snow Sets Seasonal Record for Park City, Utah


Late February and early March brought record setting snow to Park City, Utah, according to the Park Record.

“There may never be another epic ski season like last year, but for a brief snowing moment — February, to be precise — this season was even better,” reported the Park Record. “Park City Mountain was crowing by Feb. 23 that their snowfall at 102 inches had already set an all-time record for the loveliest month on the calendar. Better than 2022-23, better than ever.”

This adds to an already heavy snow season.

“Park City Mountain has accumulated 332 inches of snowfall so far, heading fast toward the full season average of 355 inches with a month and a half left to go,” writes the Park Record. “Deer Valley Resort has counted 313 inches so far, compared to a season total average of 300 inches, according to the resort.”

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has forecast additional snow for March, which is in keeping for the area historically.

“March has historically been our snowiest month, so we are excited about the potential for the snowfall continuing this month,” Lynne Offret, Park City Mountain’s director of mountain operations, told the Park Record.


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