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Steve Griffin, Deseret News
Skiers and snowboarders flock to Brighton Resort on opening day, Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018. With recent snowfall combined with extensive snowmaking, Brighton Resort has a base averaging between 10 to 20 inches on five runs serviced by two lifts.

Skiers and snowboarders flock to Brighton Resort on opening day Thursday. With recent snowfall combined with extensive snowmaking, Brighton Resort has a base averaging between 10 to 20 inches on five runs serviced by two lifts. According to Ski Utah, the anticipated opening date at Utah's other resorts are: Brian Head, Friday; Park City Mountain and Snowbasin, next Wednesday; Alta, Nov. 23; Snowbird, Nov. 30; Solitude, Dec. 1; Sundance, Dec. 7; and Deer Valley, Dec. 8. Beaver, Nordic Valley and Powder Mountain have yet to set an opening date. According to KSL's Grant Wayman, a cold front will bring cooler temperatures, more clouds and a few mountain snow showers on Saturday, but dry weather is expected as the Thanksgiving holiday nears.