Alerts & Notices

Find weather conditions from the National Weather Service at Click on the interactive map for local forecasts in your area of interest.

Weather presented through US Forest Service sites is public domain and derived from data from the National Weather Service. The Forest Service is not responsible for the accuracy of this data.

If I have an emergency on the National Forest, who should I contact?

If you have an emergency on the National Forest, the best thing to do is call 911 and they will dispatch the nearest help.

Weather, trail, and road conditions can be highly dynamic and may change with little or no warning. Other changes in both natural and management conditions may also affect your visit. The Forest Service cannot foresee or control most of these changes, but we do our best to make this information available to help visitors avoid unpleasant surprises. It is your responsibility to “know before you go.” So, before your trip, check the weather, learn about trail and road conditions, and check for important notices. 

The Uinta Mountains generate their own highly unpredictable weather. Expect frequent rain, especially in the afternoons, and occasional snow. Typical summer temperatures vary from 30 to 70 degrees (F). One of the most frequent questions we are asked is: “What’s the weather forecast?” No weather forecast is 100% reliable, particularly for mountainous areas, but we suggest you obtain one from the National Weather Service. But, be prepared for sudden changes!



  • East Fork Fire Closure Order for High Uintas Wilderness Area Trails
  • Magnesium Chloride Treatment Planned for Taylor Mountain Road
  • Timber Canyon Road and Strawberry River Road Affected by Dollar Ridge Fire