The last day of May and what an awesome morning weather-wise with deep blue skies and a little cool. Plenty of sunshine over the next couple of days and a fairly significant warming in our temperatures. We should make it into the low 60s today, 65 to 68 tomorrow and then near 80 on Sunday! A very weak front will move across the area on Monday bringing a little cooler air mass, but we'll still be near 70 for a max temperature and it's looking dry through next week!! Like I said yesterday, I believe June will be warmer than normal with below normal precipitation!
The showers continue, and with a temperature between 35 and 40 degrees, the snow level isn't too far away!!! The main center of the low pressure has exited the Rockies and is over the central Plains this morning, BUT a fairly strong and fairly moist northwest flow continues across northern Utah. The high temperature yesterday in the area was in the mid 50s, and we're likely to be 55 to 60 today, 60 tomorrow, then by Sunday, we should be 75 to 80 degrees for a high temperature!! So, the trend is for a drier and warmer air mass, but we're going to have to work around a couple of rain showers today before we completely dry out! The outlook for June is for temperatures to be above normal, and if you've lived here for a while, you know we dry out significantly and that should be the case again this year!
Nearly an inch of rain in the last 24 hours on the sensors in the area, and really needed! There's still a fair amount of cloudiness hanging near the mountains with a couple of light showers drifting off the mountain and into the Snyderville Basin. There's a much weaker system coming across Nevada that will bring more showers and possibly a thunderstorm through this afternoon and evening. It's nowhere near as wet as the last 24 hours and our drying trend with the air mass begins later tonight and tomorrow with high pressure building into the area for the weekend, and we should see a nice spike in temperatures this weekend. Our high temperature today will be in the upper 50s to 60 and around 60 or 62 tomorrow, but by Sunday, we should be around 75.
The radar images show the rain showers increasing over northern Utah, and we'll see at least some light showers this morning with more of an increase this afternoon. So, a cool showery day in the mountains. There are a couple of thunderstorms over the northwest corner and I expect we'll see a couple this afternoon in the Park City area. The good news is that this system will exit the area tonight, and much of tomorrow will be fairly nice. Another system will bring an increase in showers and thunderstorms later tomorrow and tomorrow night. High pressure will strengthen over us this weekend bring
Good morning, and I hope everyone takess some time to remember those who have fought for our country, and for those that continue to serve. A beautiful morning and should be a nice weather day over the area. A weak front moved across us overnight, but with very little impact. The satellite images show a more significant cold front moving into the Pacific Northwest and northern California. We'll see this front bring numerous showers and a chance of a couple of thunderstorms tomorrow, and it isn't really unusual with the snow levels by later in the day dropping to around 7500 to 8000 feet. The chance of showers will continue Wednesday and Thursday, along with the below normal temperatures and while not as wet as tomorrow, there will be showers around. I would say Wednesday morning and early afternoon is pretty nice, so other than the numerous showers tomorrow, we should be able to work around the pattern. The rainfall amounts tomorrow will be in the half an inch to three quarter inch range. High pressure will move back into the area Friday through the weekend!
Good morning and an awesome morning to start the holiday weekend!! It's in the mid 40s at 8 AM from Pinebrook and Jeremy Ranch to Kimball Junction, but 57 degrees at the Park City Golf Course. We'll see a nice warmup over the next couple of hours throughout the area and we're heading up into the mid 70s this afternoon and tomorrow. Breezy south winds are expected both days, but all in all, a couple of really nice weather days. A slight chance of a couple of showers later Monday, then a higher chance Tuesday through Thursday with the high temperatures on Wednesday and Thursday between 55 and 60 degrees
Another beautiful morning, and a little chilly, but that's why we love the mountains!! Low pressure remains over the Pacific Northwest with the axis of low pressure extending southward along the West Coast and that will continue through the weekend. This will put us in a milder, dry southwesterly and we should have some breezy south winds this weekend. It continues to look like we'll see some moisture move into the area by Tuesday through Thursday of next week and this will bring an increase in showers and thunderstorms. So, enjoy the next couple of days and by all means, enjoy the exte
The cold front moved across us yesterday afternoon and evening, and the temperatures this morning reflect a slightly cooler air mass with our early morning readings in the low to mid 30s. Like yesterday, could see some cloud build ups, but should remain dry over the next couple of days. Our high temperature should be around 60 or low 60s. The weather through the coming weekend is looking good, but the low pressure will strengthen early next week and will try to make an eastward push into the Great Basin by the middle of next week. This would bring the increase in showers and thunderstorms I've talked about over the last couple of days. Typically this time of year, the low pressures have more difficulty in maintaining their strength because the land mass is warmer and the days longer, so the low pressure weakens. For now, enjoy the weather through the weekend
A tad later than usual, but I went out on the bike early this morning and got an awesome ride through the Snyderville Basin. Nice that is, if you like the wind when you bike! We're 65 degrees at 11 AM, and should make it to around 70 degrees. A weak front will be toying with us over the next couple of days, as it'll push into northern Utah, then retreat a little and then move back into the area. There's really not much moisture and while we could see some cloud build ups, we should remain dry through the weekend. The longer this low sits over the West, the better chance it has of producing some showers and thunderstorms with Tuesday through Thursday of next week the best chance of
After a couple of cool, wet days, we've earned this type of weather day! We should have a sunny day and temperatures from the Snyderville Basin up to Park City should be around 70 degrees. A fairly strong low pressure is moving into the Pacific Northwest coast this morning and we'll see an area of low pressure anchored near the West Coast for the next 10 days. We'll see a weaker system or two circulate around this low pressure, and while we should remain dry through the weekend, a front will occasionally push into northern Utah, then retreat north and west again. All in all, a fairly warm and dry pattern! Like I said yesterday, we could see a couple of showers or thunderstorms on the 28th and 29th, but nothing too bad. Let me say at the end, my hear goes out the those impacted by the tornado that went through Oklahoma and I still know some friends in Oklahoma from my WeatherBank days.