The broad area of low pressure continues to move slowly eastward, and the air mass continues to support some showers and thunderstorms. The air mass will begin to dry out and become more stable tomorrow with the showers more isolated. The next low pressure develops along the West Coast later Tuesday and Wednesday with a fairly strong, dry southerly flow into the area. So, we should see warmer temperatures, breezy winds and it should be dry through the end of the week.
Things are progressing pretty much on schedule with the rain overnight and this morning. As of 8 AM, we've had around a half an inch of rain. The back edge of the more concentrated rain is back near Grantsville, so we still have a couple of hours before we turn to more of a showery pattern. The chance of showers and thundershowers will continue this afternoon through tomorrow, but more scattered. We'll see the air mass dry out through Monday and Tuesday with another low pressure moving into the Pacific Northwest. The dry, and warmer southerly flow will be with us through the end of next week.
The air mass continues to moisten up, and it's a fairly unstable air mass over northern Utah this morning. In fact the radar images show a fairly solid area of rain and some thunderstorms over the northwest corner and extends down past Wendover and toward Ely, Nevada. Any showers over our area this morning look pretty light, so I think the best part of the day for us will be this morning and into early afternoon, but we should see an increase in showers and thunderstorms this afternoon and evening. The area of low pressure moves slowly eastward with numerous showers and thunderstorms tomorrow, then decreasing to more of a scattered coverage on Sunday. The air mass is cooling off and this trend will continue through the weekend with our high temperature today around 60 or low 60s, then the 50s tomorrow and Sunday. Another low pressure develops near the West Coast by Tuesday and Wednesday next week resulting in breezy south winds and warm temperatures, but looking dry.
The air mass is a little more unstable and a tad cooler, not to mention a little more moist. We had a scattering of thunderstorms yesterday, and there should be more today and even more of an increase later tomorrow and into Saturday. In fact, the latest computer models linger the chance of showers into Sunday. The air mass will cool significantly from the mid 70s yesterday to the mid to upper 50s this weekend. By the middle of next week, a stronger low pressure pushes into the West with the cold front moving across northern Utah later Wednesday and Thursday. It should be dry, but will once again bring some below normal temperatures.
Good morning! We've had a nice stretch of days with lots of sunshine and warm temperatures. The pattern definitely becomes more active through Saturday. The high temperature in Kimball Junction was 78, and it was 79 at the Park City Golf Course yesterday. We should be a tad cooler today, but we should also see some clouds building this afternoon and evening with a slight chance of a thunderstorm. There are two different systems on the satellite this morning with a weak one down near Las Vegas, but a stronger system about 400 miles west of the Oregon coast. The system off the Pacific Northwest coast will have more of an impact with an increase in winds later tomorrow and Friday, and more showers and thunderstorms, especially later Friday and Saturday. We'll see our high temperature on Saturday closer to 60 and in the mid 50s on Sunday! So, a fairly big change in store by weekend.
We were 81 degrees yesterday at Kimball Junction and 80 at the Park City Golf Course! A very weak system is passing by to the north, and we should see the max temperatures end up between 75 and 78 degrees today. So, no real surprise, BUT I am a little surprised with the moisture that is over northern Utah. I think we're dry today, but I did increase the chance of showers and thunderstorms tomorrow with a weak system that has moved into California. The models don't really handle this system very well, but even a little bit of lift with this system will increase the showers and thunderstorms! A little better organized system later Thursday through midday on Saturday will bring a much higher chance of showers and thunderstorms. Yesterday, I mentioned don't cancel anything... well, today I would say have a plan B, as the models generate between a quarter an a half an inch or rain later Friday night and
An awesome start to the day with sunny skies and readings throughout the Basin in the 40s on our way to around 80 degrees. There's a little moisture in the atmosphere up between 12,000 and 15,000 feet, so as we heat up, we should see some clouds develop, but I think we'll remain dry. A little cooler over the area tomorrow, but we should be above normal through Thursday. By later Thursday and Friday, the next weather system will move into the area with some south wind later Thursday and a chance of showers Friday and into Saturday. At this point, rainfall amounts are looking to be on the light side (like a tenth of an inch or less), so don't cancel anything!
Good morning and I hope all the mother's are treated like queens! A little more cloudiness yesterday than I expected, but very little measurable rain, mainly virga or a couple of sprinkles. The air mass is drier and warmer this morning off the weather balloon and we should be several degrees warmer. Much of the area hit 70 or 71 degrees yesterday and we should be around 76 or 77 today and 80-82 degrees tomorrow. A very weak system will clip the area tomorrow night and early Tuesday, so a little cooler on Tuesday. A stronger front will reach us later Friday and Saturday with this system having a chance to bring a couple of showers or thunderstorms. Have an awesome day, and remember the mom of the family rules today! Ummm, could be mom of the family rules everyday!
A chilly morning, but the air mass is a little drier and warmer aloft and we should see lots of sunshine and the max temperatures a little warmer. We were in the upper 60s yesterday from Park City to the Snyderville Basin, so 70 to 72 degrees today, 75-77 tomorrow and around 80 or low 80s on Monday. Our temperatures will peak on Monday, then a gradual cooling trend through the remainder of next week, but we should be dry through Thursday. So, we should
We have some really nice weather days coming our way with a fairly strong high pressure developing over the area through Monday. The air mass will get warmer each day, and we'll see readings near 90 in Salt Lake and near 80 or low 80s up here in Park City by Monday. A weak system will bring a tad cooler air mass on Tuesday, but we should see dry weather through next week! This will be an awesome period to get things done outside, or do some biking