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29°
MODERATE FOG
 
Air Quality Forecast:
Unhealthy
7-DAY
HOURLY
DETAILS

FRI

38
25
20%

SAT

36
24
70%

SUN

37
20
40%

MON

35
26
60%

TUE

32
20
30%

WED

30
17
10%

THU

27
16
10%

2AM

29
NW4
30%

5AM

29
NE3
20%

8AM

29
SE5
20%

11AM

34
SE7
10%

2PM

36
SE11
0%

5PM

35
SE9
10%

8PM

33
SE8
20%
Temperature: 29°F, -2°C STEADY
Pressure: 29.67 in.
Feels Like: 23°F
Humidity: 100%
Wind: NW 6 mph
Dew Point: 29°F
24 Hr High/Low: 35 / 25
UV Index: 1 - Low
24 Hr Precip: 0.00"
Moonrise/Set: 12:20 am / 11:56 am
Sunrise/Set: 07:47 am / 05:29 pm
Moon Phase: Waning Gibbous
TODAY: Rain changing to snow
 
Updated: Thursday January 19, 2017 10:45 pm

Outlook

Round One is coming to an end. Friday will bring mostly cloudy skies, but dry conditions to northern Utah for most of the day. Round two will kick off in southern Utah by the late morning and early afternoon and start moving northward. Showers will make it to the Wasatch Front by the evening. Northern valleys will pick up another couple of inches of snow. North of I-80 the mountains will see 4-8 inches, but south of I-80, snow totals will being to increase. Central and Southern Utah will see twice as much storm activity as northern Utah. Central and southern valleys at 2-5 inches. Central mountains with 6-12 inches of snow, and the southern mountains with 12-24 inches. St. George will once again be looking at .25-.75 inches of water in the form of rain. Storms end Saturday morning for southern Utah and Saturday evening for northern Utah. Round three moves in Sunday night. Dan Guthrie - KSL Weather 1.19.2017

Outlook

Round One is coming to an end. Friday will bring mostly cloudy skies, but dry conditions to northern Utah for most of the day. Round two will kick off in southern Utah by the late morning and early afternoon and start moving northward. Showers will make it to the Wasatch Front by the evening. Northern valleys will pick up another couple of inches of snow. North of I-80 the mountains will see 4-8 inches, but south of I-80, snow totals will being to increase. Central and Southern Utah will see twice as much storm activity as northern Utah. Central and southern valleys at 2-5 inches. Central mountains with 6-12 inches of snow, and the southern mountains with 12-24 inches. St. George will once again be looking at .25-.75 inches of water in the form of rain. Storms end Saturday morning for southern Utah and Saturday evening for northern Utah. Round three moves in Sunday night. Dan Guthrie - KSL Weather 1.19.2017

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