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41°
OVERCAST
 
Air Quality Forecast:
Moderate
7-DAY
HOURLY
DETAILS

MON

34
29
40%

TUE

31
18
70%

WED

25
13
0%

THU

31
9
10%

FRI

41
23
60%

SAT

38
25
20%

SUN

38
25
20%

6PM

40
S9
20%

9PM

40
SE11
20%

12AM

39
S11
40%

3AM

35
SW5
40%

6AM

31
NW13
30%

9AM

30
NW7
20%

NOON

31
NW8
0%
Temperature: 41°F, 5°C STEADY
Pressure: 29.92 in.
Feels Like: 33°F
Humidity: 47%
Wind: SE 14 mph
Dew Point: 22°F
24 Hr High/Low: 35 / 25
UV Index: 2 - Low
24 Hr Precip: 0.00"
Moonrise/Set: 11:20 am / 09:56 pm
Sunrise/Set: 07:35 am / 05:00 pm
Moon Phase: Waxing Crescent
TONIGHT: Cloudy with scattered snow showers developing
 
Updated: Sunday December 4, 2016 4:52 pm

Outlook

A cold front swings through after midnight in northern Utah bringing scattered showers and colder temperatures. There will be accumulating snow for the mountains and minor accumulations for the valleys, generally under an inch. Cache Valley will see some slightly higher snow accumulations The storm exits by the afternoon. Another round comes through on Tuesday. This one will bring a little more moisture and colder air. By Wednesday highs will only be in the middle 20s. Another round comes through northern Utah on Friday, and looks to be the wettest day of the week, but with snow levels for that storm sitting around 5,000 ft. Most valley locations in below that elevation will be looking at rain. Dan Guthrie - KSL Weather 12.4.2016

Outlook

A cold front swings through after midnight in northern Utah bringing scattered showers and colder temperatures. There will be accumulating snow for the mountains and minor accumulations for the valleys, generally under an inch. Cache Valley will see some slightly higher snow accumulations The storm exits by the afternoon. Another round comes through on Tuesday. This one will bring a little more moisture and colder air. By Wednesday highs will only be in the middle 20s. Another round comes through northern Utah on Friday, and looks to be the wettest day of the week, but with snow levels for that storm sitting around 5,000 ft. Most valley locations in below that elevation will be looking at rain. Dan Guthrie - KSL Weather 12.4.2016

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