Good morning! Hope everyone had an awesome Saturday. We should have a carbon copy of it again today in the weather department. Lots of sunshine, and a tad warmer in the afternoon! We need to really enjoy the next couple of days, because there's a cold front moving across the area on Wednesday that will bring a significant change in the air mass. It'll be a dry cold front, but breezy north winds on Wednesday will usher in a significant change. Just to give you an idea of the change, the free air temperature at about 9500 feet will be around 50 degrees on Tuesday, but by Wednesday morning it'll be down to 28 degrees. I expect temperatures in the Snyderville Basin Thursday morning will be in the mid 20s, and closer to 30 in Park City. This will be the first really decent cold front of the fall season and while it's looking dry, it is a sign of things to come as we go through October. The good news is that the resorts will be able to think about their snowmaking operations in the coming days! Have a great day!
I was already out this morning, and while it is cool, it's so awesome. The sun's coming up and we'll continue to see nice weather through Tuesday. There could be a little cloudiness this afternoon, but we'll stay dry and our temperatures will continue above normal through early next week. A cold front will move across the area on Wednesday bringing sharply colder temperatures and breezy north to northwest winds. Unfortunately, I don't think there's enough moisture or dynamics to squeeze any precipitation out of this system. Let's enjoy the next couple of days and deal with the colder air mass on Wednesday and Thursday.
Goooooood morning! A little bit of a chilly start, but sunny skies and the air mass is a little warmer than yesterday, so we should reach into the low to mid 70s. There's a very weak system over the Pacific Northwest that will clip us later tonight and tomorrow morning, but will have minimal impact on our weather. High pressure will strengthen later Saturday through early next week resulting in lots of sunshine and awesome fall weather! All in all, an awesome period to get out and enjoy the surrounding area!
Good morning!! Another foggy start to the day in the Snyderville Basin, but we'll see a lot of sunshine today. The low pressure is located over central Colorado, and we should see some clouds this afternoon with a couple of showers possible. High pressure will strengthen into the area tomorrow through early next week resulting in an outstanding period of fall weather. It'll be great for anything outdoors that you'd like to do. There are some possible changes at the end of next week, so stay turned!!!
A good foggy morning from the Snyderville Basin! The rain we had yesterday produced around a half an inch liquid, and with the cool temperatures, there's some fog in the area. The low pressure is near Grand Junction, and enough moisture circulating around this system into the area that we'll see variable cloudiness and a chance of a couple of showers today. As this system weakens and shifts slowly east, we'll see the conditions here gradually improve. The weather over the weekend is looking awesome!!
Good morning! Well, some light showers yesterday, but some nice steady rainfall over the area this morning! The low pressure is over central Utah and will continue to move eastward today and tonight. The air mass will remain fairly moist today, and while steady rain isn't expected to continue, we'll see some rain showers through the afternoon with some breaks and sunshine. Higher pressure will move into the area tomorrow through the coming weekend with temperatures by the weekend climbing back above normal. So, we still have some awesome fall weather to enjoy!
Good morning! We had a little rain overnight and the radar is showing some rain showers along the Wasatch Front this morning with a solid band of rain from about 50 miles east of Wendover to 50 miles west of Wendover. The center of the low pressure is dropping southeastward through Nevada this morning, so we should see some rain and possible thunderstorms today. The showers will linger tomorrow, but high pressure and some awesome fall weather will return Wednesday and continue through the coming weekend!!!
Good morning! Our nice stretch of weather is coming to a temporary end, as an area of low pressure is moving southeastward from central Oregon and heading toward Utah. There's more cloudiness over Utah this morning, and the radar is showing a couple of light showers. These showers and thunderstorms will increase some this afternoon, but our best chance of rain will come tomorrow and our air mass will be quite a bit cooler. By Wednesday, we'll see the low pressure exit the area and we'll see improving weather conditions and a nice end of the week!! Have a great Sunday!
Welcome to the first day of fall. At 8:49 AM we reach the autumnal equinox, meaning day and night are approximately equal length. We should have another nice weather day, but there's a sign of change, as we're seeing an increase in the high clouds over the West. A weak system off the Pacific Northwest coast will move south and east today and tomorrow bringing an increasing chance of showers and thunderstorms. We'll see a couple of showers and storms around Sunday afternoon and evening, but more numerous on Monday, then decreasing on Tuesday. While not a big, strong system, we should see temperatures on Monday held into the upper 50s to low 60s. We'll see high pressure move back into the area by Wednesday and Thursday, so we still have some nice fall days ahead!
Good morning! Hope everyone has had a great week! I've had the opportunity to work with some awesome people at the Summit Community Gardens installing a weather station. I was on site yesterday, and it's looking great! The high pressure that has been with us all week will be with us today and tomorrow, but will shift east of the area on Sunday. While the incoming system isn't real strong, it is a slow mover and will bring an increase in showers and thunderstorms on Monday and Tuesday, along with a cooler air mass. I have to tell ya, the extended guidance is showing the possibility of a colder system moving into the region by the end of that first week in October. It's still out there a ways, but possibly our first look at a little snow this season!!!