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Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News
Burke Weir has some fun on the slopes at Snowbird Ski Resort on Sunday, June 16, 2019.

Burke Weir has some fun on the slopes at Snowbird Ski Resort on Sunday. The snow depth at the resort remained at 77 inches after the slopes received a total of 711 inches this year, according to Snowbird's website. This week, ski and ride operations at Snowbird will change to Saturdays and Sundays until they close for the season. Thanks in part to an above-average amount of snowfall, visits to Utah's ski resorts topped 5 million for the first time this year, industry officials have said.

Correction: An earlier version misidentified Snowbird Ski Resort in one instance as Snowbasin.