Storm System Brings Chances of Rain and Snow to Utah on Veterans Day


SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Happy Veterans Day, Utah! We have a rapid Pacific Northwest storm system ready to cut off the northern and northeastern portions of our state. As a result, we have the option of a secluded valley rain and / or a snow shower in the mountains in northern Utah.

Snow levels will hold at around 7,000 feet and the risk of rain in the valley is likely in the afternoon and evening. Daytime highs will hit the low 40s and 50s along the Wasatch front, with mid to high 50s in central Utah and some 60 in southern Utah. St. George will peak at 71 with mostly sunny skies. Clouds will persist throughout the day in the north, while central and southern Utah will see partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies.

The high pressure will take over by the end of the work week and intensify throughout the coming weekend. This means that dry conditions will prevail across the state as temperatures return to above average. This weekend’s highs will put Salt Lake City in a 60-degree run as St. George is in the low to mid-70s.

At the end of the line ? The risk of a downpour and below-average temperatures exists for half of Utah on Veterans Day, while the southern half of the state will experience more sun and above-average highs.
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