WASHINGTON (AP) Snowfall in the Sierra Nevada mountains is likely to become the biggest headache for resorts that are planning to open in Utah in the coming months.
The National Snow and Ice Data Center says the National Park Service is looking at the possibility of up to 3 inches (8 cm) of snow in the next 24 hours in the Alpine region.
It’s not the only snow storm in the area, however.
A strong cold front moving through the mountains could cause snow on the snow.
The weather bureau also issued a snow advisory for the Twin Cities metro area, which includes Salt Lake City.
The storm could affect skiing and snowboarding in parts of the metro area.
The agency says some resorts are still adjusting to the potential snowfall.