Cottonwood Canyons
Weather DashboardTM
Updated July 17 @ 10:50 pm

Summary

Cottonwood Canyons

July 17 @ 10:50 pm

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Current Conditions

At 10:00 pm, the temperature near the top of Brighton's Crest chairlift was 63 degrees. Winds on Cardiff Peak are averaging 7 mph out of the north with gusts to 14.

Avalanche Forecast

There isn't any snow or avalanche information.

News Alerts

Cottonwood Canyons

July 17 @ 10:50 pm

No road alerts or backcountry closures were detected.

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Current Temperature

Alta
Guard House

July 17 @ 10:00 pm

Brighton's Crest

July 17 @ 10:00 pm

24-Hour Wind

Cardiff Peak Wind

July 17 @ 10:10 pm

Radar

NOAA Radar

July 17 @ 10:50 pm

Avalanche Rescue

Training Resources

 

 

Cameras

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Annual SWE Comparison

Snow Water Equivalents
(Brighton)

July 17

More Info

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Your Cottonwood Canyon weather report. Covering Big Cottonwood Canyon (Brighton and Solitude), Little Cottonwood Canyon (Snowbird and Alta), and the Central Wasatch Backcountry.
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Some weather observations were aggregated by Synoptic Data.