How long will thunderstorms last this weekend?

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Have a nice weekend, Utah!

We received a much needed dose of wet weather statewide with a healthy storm persisting into the first part of our weekend! Although the wet weather is not as widespread, we will still see scattered showers today and tomorrow.

With even colder air filtering, we will see snow levels drop from 9,000 feet to 7,500 feet at noon. This means that some accumulations will be possible in Cottonwood Canyons and a mixture of rain and snow will be possible even in Bryce Canyon. As for the temperature, the highs will be in the 50s for the Wasatch Front with a cold wind, the highs will be in the upper 30s and the low 40s in the Wasatch Back and in the south, it will be the 60s and 70s to the maximum.

The sky will start to dry out tonight until Sunday when it turns cold to cold. Where humidity persists in the higher elevations, random snow showers will still be possible. The lows will drop to the 40s for Salt Lake City and even dip to the 40s and 40s in St. George, as Logan and higher areas approach freezing!

We’re going to dry off a bit by the end of the weekend. By Sunday, we should return to decent state-wide sunshine with temperatures. This break in time won’t last long, however, as an even stronger storm system arrives early next week. The risk of wet weather will increase again with temperatures taking even longer to dive. This will lead to a potential drop in snow levels on the benches and possibly in the valleys too! Stay tuned.

Conclusion? The start of the weekend will be humid, but expect a cooler and prettier Sunday!

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