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Frosty Fog


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Dense Fog in the Valley Freezes to Trees

The weeds and trees are left with a white glow.

Mother Nature performed a bit of art work with the fog on Thursday. Emery County residents awoke to a frosty world where the fog decorated trees and bushes with a white coating.

Snotel Report as of Jan. 9

Green River

Steel Creek Park, snow is at 89 percent of average; water is at 87 percent of average. Hewinta, snow is at 109 percent of average; water is at 89 percent of average. Trout Creek, snow is at 133 percent of average; water is at 126 percent of average. Hole-in-Rock, snow is at 120 percent of average; water is at 107 percent of average. Hickerson Park, snow is at 91 percent of average; water is at 122 percent of average. King's Cabin, snow is at 150 percent of average; water is at 129 percent of average. Basin wide percent of snow is at 114 percent of average; water is at 108 percent of average.

Price-San Rafael

Seeley Creek, snow is at 110 percent of average; water is at 107 percent of average. Buck Flat, snow is at 122 percent of average; water is at 110 percent of average. Red Pine Ridge, snow is at 108 percent of average; water is at 116 percent of average. Mammoth-Cottonwood, snow is at 110 percent of average; water is at 100 percent of average. White River #1, snow is at 120 percent of average; water is at 104 percent of average. Basin wide snow is at 114 percent of average; water is at 108 percent of average.

SouthEastern Utah

Lasal Mountain, snow is at 139 percent of average; water is at 100 percent of average. Camp Jackson, snow is at 130 percent of average; water is at 96 percent of average. East Willow Creek, snow is at 150 percent of average; water is at 109 percent of average. Basin wide snow is at 137 percent of average; water is at 100 percent of average.


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