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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-04-2012, 04:31 PM Thread Starter
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Park City Upcoming Season Thoughts

Hi
Been a member for awhile but haven't posted hugely over the off season,
Me and my girlfriend are planning to go to Park City at the end of this year, we start our next Uni year on 2nd December so have to go before then.

We've been told the upcoming season could be disappointing particularl in early Dec/late Nov.
What are your thoughts on how the season will be from those with experience?

Thanks

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The benefit you will have is if PC sucks you can always come over 45 minutes to the Cottonwood Resorts. Brighton and Snowbird have snow making capabilities. Also, PC will have good park if that is your thing. Hit me up closer it gets and I can try and fill you in.

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Too soon for any accurate long term forecast. North America is setting up for what looks like a mild El Nino year. If it is mild, it can often produce some pretty good conditions for the interior Rockies (including the Wasatch Range). If it strengthens, often it will drive the bulk of the storm track farther south which favors southern California, Arizona and New Mexico leaving Utah and Colorado high and dry. By about October, NOAA has a pretty good idea for the climate for the remainder of the winter.
Yeah yeah what he said! I've been researching and looking into the the weather patterns....the storm cells we've been having this summer are good indicators that we will have a decent winter this season.

Winter snow outlook for 2012-2013 | TransWorld SNOWboarding Magazine

http://www.accuweather.com/en/weathe...-could-m/36990

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Yeah yeah what he said! I've been researching and looking into the the weather patterns....the storm cells we've been having this summer are good indicators that we will have a decent winter this season.

Winter snow outlook for 2012-2013 | TransWorld SNOWboarding Magazine

Winters of 2012, 2013, 2014 Could be Frigid

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I really hope this season these predictions are right and we have an abundance of snow in SoCal...
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I really hope this season these predictions are right and we have an abundance of snow in SoCal...
Seriously. I also hope we have a late season like last year as well. Didn't end until Memorial Day
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