I hope you weren’t expecting 80s the rest of the week, because a cold front and the first of two storms this week has already brought big changes to Northern Utah Tuesday morning. Morning showers with a possible thunderstorm will begin to subside by mid-morning, say 9 AM – 10 AM, with a last light shower/sprinkle possible through early afternoon along the Wasatch Front. The main storm will begin to lift farther north through the Northern Rockies Tuesday afternoon, so some clearing and a little sun is expected late in the day where that little bit of sun should nudge temperatures into the lower to mid 60s.
A t-storm fired up over the NW part of the Salt Lake Valley, moving due east. Heaviest rain remains over north part of valley. @abc4utah pic.twitter.com/GwgoTKRsBb— Devon Lucie (@ABC4Devon) September 19, 2017
We’re set for another breezy and warm day on Wednesday before the second, and even colder storms drops in on Thursday. Look for showers and isolated thunderstorms as temperatures drop into the upper 40s to lower 50s with snow levels dropping down to 6,000 feet to 6,500 feet in elevation. Winter weather advisories have already been issued for counties in Northeast Nevada from late Wednesday night through Thursday!
For the latest forecast visit good4utah.com/weather.