Sunday, January 25, 2009


The weather in SLC has been less than ideal. With 10 plus days of high pressure the inversion got supper bad. The pollution in the valley was worse than I can remember in my 4 years here. Friday it started raining, giving everyone hopes of the inversion lifting, but instead we ended up with acid rain. Then the sun came out which was followed by a thick, dense, and eerie fog. The rain level was around 8,000 ft which made for some interesting skiing (soggy).

In true Wasatch fashion the strom pulled through, the temps dropped and the snow turned to fluff, blessing us with storm totals of 24" or more. This made great conditions for Larissa's first ski tour up Meadow Chutes. Oh yeah, no more inversion! (for now)

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