Average Annual Snowfall in Utah





The tables below give yearly averages for snowfall at cities, towns and parks in Utah. The numbers are for the total amount of snow and for how many days it snows at least 0.1 inches (0.25 centimetres).

The snowfall totals are annual averages based on weather data collected from 1991 to 2020 for the US National Centers for Environmental Information.

You can jump to a separate table for each region of the state: North - Central Utah, Northeastern Utah, Southern Utah's Canyons and Western Utah.

Place name links take you to more detailed information on snowfall, snowstorms and snow accumulation for that location.

North - Central Utah

Average annual snowfall
Days Place Inches Centi­metres
84.7 Alta 458.3 1164.1
24.9 Deer Creek Reservoir Dam 73.9 187.7
32.0 Echo Reservoir Dam 72.3 183.6
34.3 Logan 61.5 156.2
24.2 Nephi 45.4 115.3
54.4 Park City 152.9 388.4
18.5 Pleasant Grove 41.4 105.2
22.6 Provo 44.9 114.0
40.6 Rockport Reservoir, Wanship Dam 72.2 183.4
31.4 Salt Lake City 51.9 131.8

Northeastern Utah

Yearly snow averages
Days Place Inches Centi­metres
9.3 Dinosaur National Monument 12.3 31.2
18.8 Flaming Gorge Reservoir Dam 43.7 111.0
9.7 Roosevelt 16.4 41.7

Southern Utah's Canyons

Average total snowfall for a year
Days Place Inches Centi­metres
5.3 Arches National Park 8.1 20.6
34.0 Bryce Canyon Park Headquarters 86.7 220.2
8.0 Canyonlands Park, The Needles 11.2 28.4
6.9 Capitol Reef National Park 10.9 27.7
9.4 Escalante 25.5 64.8
2.5 Glen Canyon, Bullfrog Basin 4.0 10.2
8.3 Hovenweep National Monument 12.2 31.0
4.7 Moab 9.3 23.6
16.4 Natural Bridges National Monument 32.0 81.3

Western Utah

Average annual snowfall
Days Place Inches Centi­metres
26.3 Cedar City 59.6 151.4
16.0 Delta 25.3 64.3
7.7 Fish Springs Wildlife Refuge 12.0 30.5
10.9 Richfield 17.8 45.2
0.6 St George 1.2 3.0
2.0 Zion National Park 4.0 10.2
Reference

National Climatic Data Center. NOAA's 1981-2010 Climate Normals.

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