The WasatchSnowForecast is predicted #SNOW for the higher elevations this week. Winter is just around the corner. Are you ready?
Wasatch Snow Forecast
Even though it’s raining right now, the clouds will clear and it will be warmer this afternoon, but breezy ahead of the first of two troughs that will pass through the area over the next 5-7 days. This first one will mostly be affecting far northern Utah on Tuesday with chances for showers and temps that are 20 degrees cooler than today. Snow levels will be high, likely above 8-9000 feet on Tuesday — but we could see another dusting up high From the Cottonwoods north to Idaho.
A break on Wednesday with warm and breezy conditions again. Then, a deeper and stronger system moves into the intermountain west. This should bring widespread showers late Thursday into Thursday night and another major cool down. High temps on Thursday thru the weekend will likely be in the 50s for the lower valleys and 30s in the mountains of Park City, with snow showers above 7000 feet are likely. Could see a few inches of snow in spots.
Here is the latest weather model output:
Be prepared for more sweater and jacket weather later this week. It will feel more like late October than September.
It looks like high pressure will regain some control of the area next week. I would expect drier and warmer conditions, more typical of this time of year. But the Autumn roller coaster has begun, and it’s only a matter of time before the next storm impacts the area. Winter feels close!
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