SALT LAKE CITY — After a snowy Sunday, cold air has arrived in Utah to start the workweek.
Temperatures will remain under 40 degrees Monday and Tuesday, according to KSL Meteorologist Grant Weyman.
Northern Utah will get more snow Monday morning before it tapers off in the afternoon, according to the National Weather Service in Salt Lake City. However, more snow is possible Tuesday, Weyman said.
Snow will continue to impact the area into tomorrow. Here's what you can expect with regard to timing, impacts, and additional accumulations. For your detailed local forecast, visit https://t.co/FmlUW3ioiE. #utwxpic.twitter.com/OflxW9V3dz— NWS Salt Lake City (@NWSSaltLakeCity) November 8, 2020
Monday, valleys are expected to see traces of snow, and some areas may see up to 2 inches, the weather service said. Areas south and southeast of the Great Salt Lake could see increased lake effect snow up to 6 inches.
The Uintas and northern Utah mountains could see another 1-4 inches Monday, with other mountains in the state experiencing 4-8 more inches, the weather service said.
Temperatures in the Wasatch Front are forecast to climb back over 40 degrees later in the week, with more precipitation possible Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, according to KSL's weather forecast.
Pretty shot! pic.twitter.com/yJFrFmzZeH— Grant Weyman (@KSLweyman) November 9, 2020
For more information, check the full KSL weather forecast at ksl.com/weather.