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Park City Snow Forecast - 48 hour - 22nd January 2022

Park City 48-Hour Snow Forecast

48-hour Forecast Summary

2-Day Snow and Weather for Park City (6,900ft to 9,997ft)

Park City has 1in new snow forecast in the next 48 hours.

See below for the detailed Weather and Snow outlook.

Park City Snow Forecast built at 10:22, next update at 12:00.

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48-hour Forecast Detail

48 Hour Weather and Snow Forecast for Park City
TownSnow toWeatherTemp
Town
Wind
Fri00:00Cloud

Cloudy25°FSW
Breeze
Fri03:00Hvy Snow

New Snow
Snow falling to resort level.

Heavy snow23°FSW
Light
Fri06:00Cloud

Cloudy23°FNW
Light
Fri09:00Snow Showers

New Snow
Snow falling to resort level.

Moderate/heavy snow showers25°FN
Breeze
Fri12:00Cloud

Partly cloudy28°FN
Breeze
Fri15:00Cloud

Partly cloudy25°FN
Breeze
Fri18:00Mist

Fair at altitude.
Mist below.

16°FNE
Breeze
Fri21:00Mist

Fair at altitude.
Mist below.

14°FNE
Breeze
Sat00:00Mist

Fair at altitude.
Mist below.

12°FNE
Light
Sat03:00Mist

Fair at altitude.
Mist below.

10°FNE
Light
Sat06:00Clear

Sunny/clear10°FNE
Light
Sat09:00Clear

Sunny/clear19°FNE
Light
Sat12:00Clear

Sunny/clear27°FE
Light
Sat15:00Clear

Sunny/clear25°FNE
Light
Sat18:00Cloud

Partly cloudy18°FNE
Light
Sat21:00Clear

Sunny/clear16°FE
Light

Snow Forecast near Park City

Snow Forecasts for Ski Resorts near Park City
Ski Resort Forecast 48 HrSatSunMonTueWedThuFri 7 Day
Brighton (Utah)2in 3in
Deer Valley Resort2in 2in
Solitude2in 3in
The Canyons2in 2in
Sundance1in 1in
Blackjack-3in
Snowstar--

Park City Snow

For current snow depths and skiing conditions, see our Current Snow Report for Park City.

This Snow Forecast for Park City, United States gives the predicted Snowfall and Freezing Levels for the next week.

The forecast snowfall depths given are the likely average accumulations for the Lower and Upper slopes. The actual snow depth in Park City, on any given trail or itinerary, may be dramatically different, particularly if the snowfall is accompanied by high winds and/or varying air temperatures.

Snow Forecasts beyond two days ahead are subject to significant change and variable reliability.