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Surprise Snowstorm Just Dumped Nearly Two Feet on Utah

January 13th might be Utah's "snowiest day of the year," but no one predicted that today would be an epic powder day. A few inches, a foot at most was in the forecast, but the snow kept falling and now, ladies and gentleman, we are in for a full-on powder day. Curbed Ski just happens to be in Park City at the moment (how about that?), so we'll make sure to enjoy all those soft, powdery turns in honor of our friends who can't call in sick. Take a look at the storm totals and a sweet video from Ski Utah of Monday's snow.

Storm Totals:

Sundance: 22 inches
Solitude: 20 inches
Alta: 19 inches
Snowbird: 19 inches
Brighton: 18 inches
Park City: 17 inches
Deer Valley: 16 inches
Canyons: 15 inches
Brian Head: 11 inches
Powder Mountain: 8 inches
Snowbasin: 6 inches

And here's a video from Ski Utah of the storm skiing on Monday:

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