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Salt Lake
48°
LIGHT RAIN
 
Air Quality Forecast:
Good
7-DAY
HOURLY
DETAILS

SUN

48
39
80%

MON

53
37
20%

TUE

61
42
30%

WED

45
39
70%

THU

38
30
30%

FRI

40
24
10%

SAT

42
25
20%

7AM

47
SE6
80%

10AM

45
SE4
50%

1PM

49
SW7
50%

4PM

50
NW9
30%

7PM

45
SE7
10%

10PM

41
SE8
10%

1AM

42
SE11
10%
Temperature: 48°F, 9°C HIGHER
Pressure: 29.63 in.
Feels Like: 44°F
Humidity: 71%
Wind: SW 8 mph
Dew Point: 39°F
24 Hr High/Low: 56 / 44
UV Index: 2 - Low
24 Hr Precip: 0.01"
Moonrise/Set: 01:52 am / 12:11 pm
Sunrise/Set: 07:15 am / 06:07 pm
Moon Phase: Last Quarter
TODAY: Valley rain and mountain snow
 
Updated: Saturday February 18, 2017 10:27 pm

Outlook

Scattered showers cover most of the state as we head into the day on Sunday. Showers in southern Utah will fall off during the afternoon on Sunday, lasting until the evening in northern Utah. Snow levels will be falling to around 5,500 feet, so some of the higher benches, valleys, and mountain valleys will see periods of snow or a rain snow mix. Ground temps will too warm to allow accumulations, but higher mountain passes will have the potential for accumulating snow. Monday, showers will be brushing just west and north of Utah. Most of the system will miss us, but little pieces of it will slide just enough to the east to bring light shower chances to western and northern Utah at times. Tuesday is dry and warm with highs in the 60s. Our next storm midweek will start as rain and finish as snow. Dan Guthrie - KSL Weather 2.18.2017

Outlook

Scattered showers cover most of the state as we head into the day on Sunday. Showers in southern Utah will fall off during the afternoon on Sunday, lasting until the evening in northern Utah. Snow levels will be falling to around 5,500 feet, so some of the higher benches, valleys, and mountain valleys will see periods of snow or a rain snow mix. Ground temps will too warm to allow accumulations, but higher mountain passes will have the potential for accumulating snow. Monday, showers will be brushing just west and north of Utah. Most of the system will miss us, but little pieces of it will slide just enough to the east to bring light shower chances to western and northern Utah at times. Tuesday is dry and warm with highs in the 60s. Our next storm midweek will start as rain and finish as snow. Dan Guthrie - KSL Weather 2.18.2017

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