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Change in the Weather?

081207-map It feels like we've already posted more and had more comments about the weather and weather forecast this season than in the past three seasons of blogging combined! But now, at last, I think we are starting to see the weather shift that we've all been waiting for. Here's the forecast we got from our forecaster Joe this morning:

Another fairly quiet weather day, but a cold front arrives tomorrow and it should reach us around noon or early afternoon. A couple of really good things with this front with one being a fairly strong northwest flow, and the other being some good dynamic lift. So, should be a good system, but moves through fairly rapidly. High pressure will move into the area and will be with us Tuesday and Wednesday. A very weak system moves across the area on Thursday, but looking more toward the weekend when we see bigger changes in the flow pattern!

These maps are the 8-14 day temperature and precipitation forecast from the National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center, and by the way, their 6-10 prediction doesn't look too shabby either.

As we continue to open up more of the mountain, I want to remind you that we want to post your photos on our website as a Photo of the Day so please submit your favorite Park City Mountain Resort photos here and let's all hope that these maps are correct!

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