Weather information for the Uinta Mountains area is provided below. Average temperatures, climate details and current forecasts are included!
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The main season in the Uintas generally lasts from late-June to mid-September, a bit longer at lower elevations. In summer, temperatures reach the 70's during the day but often drop into the 30's at night. Snow in the higher elevations can occur even in July.
The snow starts falling in earnest in October and stays on the ground into early June. Hwy 150 is plowed up to Soapstone Campground to provided access, but is generally unpassable further on by early November. Hwy 191 is kept open year round. Trails are usually dry enough to use by mid-June at the lower elevations, but not until July in the high country.