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32°
MODERATE SNOW
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  AQI Forecast:
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7-DAY
HOURLY
DETAILS

MON

33
26
60%

TUE

26
15
50%

WED

31
11
0%

THU

36
15
10%

FRI

36
24
20%

SAT

35
25
30%

SUN

35
24
30%

4AM

31
NW10
70%

7AM

30
NW10
50%

10AM

28
NW15
50%

1PM

30
NW15
20%

4PM

31
NW12
0%

7PM

27
NW8
10%

10PM

26
NW9
40%
Temperature: 32°F, 0°C STEADY
Pressure: 29.46 in.
Feels Like: 26°F
Humidity: 92%
Wind: NW 7 mph
Dew Point: 30°F
24 Hr High/Low: 56 / 33
UV Index: 3 - Moderate
24 Hr Precip: 0.00"
Moonrise/Set: 09:27 am / 10:10 pm
Sunrise/Set: 07:16 am / 06:07 pm
Moon Phase: Waxing Crescent
TODAY: Snow showers and cold
 
Updated: Sunday February 18, 2018 10:44 pm

Outlook

The storm has spent the morning in northern Utah, mainly north of Ogden but will continue sliding south as we head into the end of the holiday weekend. The winds will be diminishing this evening and overnight. Snow totals will be impressive when this storm finally moves on by late Monday night/Tuesday morning. Most valleys in Utah will see 5" - 10" of snow, with lower totals for eastern Utah. The mountains will see 1 - 2 feet with up to 3 feet possible in some locations. Avalanche dangers will be high with the snow coming from this system. Mountains will have winter driving conditions through Tuesday morning. Expect slower driving conditions for most valley locations as well throughout the day on Monday, especially in the morning. Highs fall to the 20s for Tuesday. Another round of snow showers move in on Friday. Dan Guthrie - KSL Weather 2.18.2018

Outlook

The storm has spent the morning in northern Utah, mainly north of Ogden but will continue sliding south as we head into the end of the holiday weekend. The winds will be diminishing this evening and overnight. Snow totals will be impressive when this storm finally moves on by late Monday night/Tuesday morning. Most valleys in Utah will see 5" - 10" of snow, with lower totals for eastern Utah. The mountains will see 1 - 2 feet with up to 3 feet possible in some locations. Avalanche dangers will be high with the snow coming from this system. Mountains will have winter driving conditions through Tuesday morning. Expect slower driving conditions for most valley locations as well throughout the day on Monday, especially in the morning. Highs fall to the 20s for Tuesday. Another round of snow showers move in on Friday. Dan Guthrie - KSL Weather 2.18.2018

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