SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4) – Happy Wednesday! It was an unseasonably cold start to the day with frigid temperatures for much of the state.
Overnight lows bottomed out between 10 and 15 degrees below the seasonal norms, and we stay with that trend when it comes to our daytime highs. Expect chilly conditions with highs in the 40s in the North and 50s down South, with mostly dry skies with a slight chance for an isolated snow shower in the northern mountains while our temperatures remain well below average across the board.
Another quick-moving system will arrive late tomorrow into Thursday. This will bring the chance for another round of rain and snow, mainly to northern Utah. Snow levels will also be a little lower so there’s a better chance we could see snow showers below 5000ft which would include the Salt Lake Valley, but any accumulations will still favor the benches and higher.
We will close out the work week and head to the weekend with sunshine returning across the state as our temperatures slowly beginning to rebound closer to average. We will see highs make it back into the 60s by early next week.
Bottom line? Some lake effect potential could bring some showers to our morning commute and isolated potential through lunch. It’s going to be a chilly Wednesday, too!
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