Good morning! I am really jealous right now, as I'm on a business trip and the weather in Park City will be incredible this weekend! Sunny skies and warm temperatures, and we'll be around the 70 degree mark tomorrow. We will see a front move across the area later Monday and Tuesday bringing a cooler air mass and breezy winds, but it's looking dry! In face, dry weather will continue through next week and we'll warm back up! So, get out and enjoy the great weather!
Good morning! Blue skies and warmer! A weak system is passing by to our south, but with very little impact! We'll see a lot of sunshine and warmer temperatures through the weekend. If you head to Salt Lake this weekend, high temperatures will be 70 to 75, but up here we should be able to be in the 60s and that's not bad this time of year! The next cold will move across us later Monday and early Tuesday, but it's mainly looking like some wind and cooler temperatures following the front. The best lift and chance of rain is looking to be north of us, and then guess what??? High pressure will strengthen back over the area, so we have some nice weather
The colder air aloft is shifting east and we'll see higher pressure and warmer temperatures through the coming weekend! Nice to see a break in the pattern and some warmth!! We will get clipped by a system later next Monday and early Tuesday, so maybe a little bump in the road with the high pressure and warmth. One of the models is trending a little stronger, but overall, it's still looking dry. We'll just have to keep an eye on it. High pressure will strengthen right behind this system.
A cold air mass is over us this morning, but we'll see a gradual warming through the end of the week! While this isn't a dominating high pressure, it does look strong enough the steer the systems around us through the remainder of the month and into at least the first couple of days of May. Our temperatures from Wednesday through the weekend will be from near normal to about 5 degrees above normal and should put temperatures into the upper 50s to low 60s. We do get clipped by a system later Saturday night and early Sunday, but mainly just some clouds
We're going to get clipped by a fairly strong cold front moving southward through the northern Plains and the Rockies, so we could see some very light precipitation, but just don't think it's much in the rain bucket. The air mass behind the front is pretty cold, so expect a very cold morning tomorrow and temperatures well below normal tomorrow. Another system will clip us on Wednesday, but much weaker and we'll see a gradual warming trend through the end of the week. In fact, our max temperatures on Thursday and Friday should be near 60 degrees, and possible a tad warmer over the weekend! So, we have some nice weather with warmer temperatures headed our way!
We should see a lot of sunshine today, and while not super warm, we should be near normal! An awesome day to get out and enjoy! It is short-lived though, as another cold front will move across the area tomorrow. We're right on the edge of the moisture, and I think we'll see a couple of snow showers, but heavier amounts will be to our east. Another system, but weaker, will clip us later Wednesday and even another next Saturday. High pressure will be anchored near the West Coast, and we're right on the edge of these systems, but we'll see some nicer weather days as we end the month and through the first week of May.
Satellite images this morning continue to show considerable cloudiness upstream across northeast Nevada and southern Utah. So, we'll go with cloudy skies and snow showers this morning, but as we go through the afternoon, we'll see more and more breaks in the cloud cover. Just kinda wet and cold out there this morning! We should have a fairly nice weather day tomorrow, then the next system will clip us on Monday. There's a chance of showers, but certainly a better chance in the Uintah Mountains. It'll bring a shot of cooler air, but then high pressure and a little milder through the middle of next week.
The next system is moving through the Pacific Northwest this morning and we're already seeing quite a bit of cloudiness into northern Utah. We should be dry most of the day, but a couple of light showers are possible this afternoon. The latest data shows the snow level overnight dropping into the Snyderville Basin and some snow showers tomorrow morning. We'll probably see another inch or two in the grassy areas, and a cool day tomorrow with snow showers in the morning and decreasing during the afternoon. Another system will clip the area on Monday, but this one has less moisture, but will keep our temperatures below normal.
I waited a little longer to do the discussion to wait for all of the morning models to come in. We'll continue to see lots of sunshine this afternoon, but it's a little chilly and a little breezy! The next system will move into the area later tomorrow, like mainly late afternoon and evening. The models generate around a quarter of an inch, could be a little more depending on if a thunderstorm comes over us, then it could be a little higher. Need talk about snow levels, as the air mass cools enough for the snow to fall across the Snyderville Basin, again but mainly an inch or two on the grass and that should melt fairly quickly on Saturday. We have a couple of systems that clip us next Monday and Tuesday, but these are looking dry right now. So, the precipitation later tomorrow into early Saturday, is looking like all we'll get through the end of the month!
The area of low pressure continues to move slowly eastward, and our air mass is still fairly moist and certainly colder than normal!! It's 18 at my house this morning, and that's a little chilly for mid April! I think we'll see some clouds develop this afternoon, and there could be an isolated snow shower or two, but nothing in the way of accumulations. The high today will be between 35 and 40 degrees, but should see warmer temperatures by Friday with the high temperature in the low to mid 50s. Another weather system will move across the area Friday night and Saturday morning with the snow levels once again up around 7500 feet to begin with, but lowering into the Snyderville Basin by early Saturday morning! High pressure still shows up from around the 24th through the end of the month!