SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Have a nice weekend! We’re a little worried for a Saturday as a weak storm sweeps through the state. A few showers of rain in the valley and snow in the mountains are expected in the morning, but after a cold front, cooler air will return to Utah and bring daytime highs down near average. Saturday’s highs will be in the 30’s and 40’s along the Wasatch Front, and it will be cold overnight with Salt Lake dropping into the 20’s and St. George’s freezing. Drier conditions are expected for the end of the weekend, with Sunday bringing plenty of sunshine as highs remain near average. In addition to the sun, we will probably start to see haze settling in our northern valleys due to the relocation of inversions. The haze could cause a drop in air quality in some valleys in northern Utah.
The trend of hazy sun and near-average temperatures will continue through much of next week for northern Utah, while the south could see wet weather by the middle of the week. We will keep you posted!
At the end of the line ? An unstable start to the weekend with a weak system crossing the state, with drier and cooler conditions on Sunday.
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- A weak storm produces light snow in the mountains
- Rain showers in the valley
- Average reversion time for this time of year
- High pressure takes over on Sunday
- Reversal returns
- Hazy and dry for northern Utah next week
- Slight chance of rain in the south in the middle of the week with light showers