Northern Utah's water picture was bolstered with another wet storm over the weekend, with a half inch to about 5 inches of new snow in the valleys and along the benches and one to two feet in the mountains by mid-Monday morning.
Snow was sticking early Monday at about 4,600 feet, said William J. Alder, meteorologist in charge of the Salt Lake office of the National Weather Service.Sandy, Holladay, Kearns and Draper received about 2 inches of snow; Heber City and Tooele, 3; Kimball Junction, Summit County, 3 to 5; Currant Creek, Wasatch County, and Fountain Green, Sanpete County, 2; Solitude, 17; Powder Mountain, 14; Alta and Park City, 13; Brighton, 12; Spruces, Big Cottonwood Canyon, and Snowbird, 11 Snowbird, 11; and Park City, 9 inches in town and 18 inches at the top of the mountain; Beaver Mountain, Logan Canyon, 8; and Snow Basin, Ogden Canyon, and Sundance, Provo Canyon, both 4; and Springville, a half inch.
Water amounts: Holladay, .45 of an inch; Salt Lake City, .25; Wendover, .38; Brighton, 1.10; Mountain Dell, .40; and Alta, 1.23.
Alder said unsettled weather will continue, with showers Tuesday and Wednesday but drier conditions later in the week. Temperatures were expected to be about 50 degrees Monday, the mid-to-upper 50s Tuesday and Wednesday and in the 60s during the remainder of the week. It could be close to 70 by the weekend.