southern utah – Lindon Utah http://lindonutah.org/ Sun, 27 Mar 2022 05:43:46 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://lindonutah.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/icon-28.png southern utah – Lindon Utah http://lindonutah.org/ 32 32 Utah weather Thursday https://lindonutah.org/utah-weather-thursday/ Thu, 03 Feb 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://lindonutah.org/utah-weather-thursday/ SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Happy Thursday or Friday night, Utah! It was an extremely cold early morning with widespread single digit wind chills with spots like Provo seeing sub-zero wind chills! While skies were generally dry, there were a few spot showers in northern Utah as a weak system plunges rapidly across the state. […]]]>

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Happy Thursday or Friday night, Utah! It was an extremely cold early morning with widespread single digit wind chills with spots like Provo seeing sub-zero wind chills! While skies were generally dry, there were a few spot showers in northern Utah as a weak system plunges rapidly across the state.

During the afternoon the clouds will gradually dissipate and the chance of flurries will end. Skies in northern Utah will be partly cloudy to partly sunny while southern Utah will have mostly sunny skies.

Even with the sun, it will be another cool day, but not as cold as yesterday afternoon. Temperatures will be around 5 degrees warmer in most places. The Wasatch Front will hit the low 30s and St. George will rise from the low 40s yesterday to the mid 40s today. The breeze will continue to cross the state, making it even colder. In southern Utah stronger canyon winds will be possible.

Tonight will see an easing of the winds. With clear skies and lighter winds with a cold air mass in place, these are ingredients that will lead to another freezing night with overnight lows close to what we had last night with maybe a few degrees what’s more. With lighter winds, wind chill won’t be as much of an issue tonight. With that though, always make sure to pack up!

As the high pressure begins to take the driver’s seat, we will see our temperatures warm up. Like today, highs will be about 5 degrees warmer than what we get today bringing us closer to seasonal averages.

Skies will be mostly sunny across the state, but with the calmer weather we will also start to see mist forming in our northern Utah valleys. Air quality is expected to drop to moderate tomorrow for all of our northwestern Utah valleys. Dry skies with near seasonal temperatures will see us through the weekend with slightly warmer temperatures early next week.

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What will Utah be like for Thanksgiving? You won’t have to worry. https://lindonutah.org/what-will-utah-be-like-for-thanksgiving-you-wont-have-to-worry/ Mon, 22 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://lindonutah.org/what-will-utah-be-like-for-thanksgiving-you-wont-have-to-worry/ [ad_1] It will be a little cooler than usual, but sunny skies will prevail all week. (Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Salt Lake City City Hall in the Salt Lake City Valley on Tuesday, May 25, 2021. | November 22, 2021, 4:24 p.m. If you plan to drive to or from a parent’s […]]]>


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It will be a little cooler than usual, but sunny skies will prevail all week.

(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Salt Lake City City Hall in the Salt Lake City Valley on Tuesday, May 25, 2021.

If you plan to drive to or from a parent’s home on Thanksgiving Day, traffic can be an issue, but the weather isn’t. Expect decent weather for the day in Utah – and even better for the rest of the weekend.

According to the National Weather Service, there is a sun forecast for most of the week. Expect highs in the 40s and 50s Monday and Tuesday before a 20% chance of snow late Tuesday, when temperatures drop into the upper 20s.

Highs will be in the upper 30s on Wednesday, but clear skies will return. And the weather will be sunny with a high of nearly 42 in Salt Lake City on Thanksgiving Day. The average high for this date in Salt Lake City is 46 degrees, so it will be a little cooler than normal.

Then it will warm up with expected highs of 49, 50 and 52 on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, respectively.

Residents of southern Utah can expect temperatures about 10 degrees warmer than those of northern Utah throughout the week. There is no precipitation in the forecast until Sunday.

In St. George, it will be in your 50s on Monday and Tuesday, 40 on Wednesday, and around 51 on Thanksgiving Day – eight degrees cooler than normal. Temperatures will reach the mid-50s on Friday, the upper 50s on Saturday and around 60 on Sunday.

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Storm System Brings Chances of Rain and Snow to Utah on Veterans Day https://lindonutah.org/storm-system-brings-chances-of-rain-and-snow-to-utah-on-veterans-day/ Thu, 11 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://lindonutah.org/storm-system-brings-chances-of-rain-and-snow-to-utah-on-veterans-day/ [ad_1] 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 […]]]>


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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.
Stay ahead of any shower activity possible with Utah’s most accurate forecasts live and online. We are There4You!

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Will Utah weather be better for a sleight of hand on Saturday or Sunday? https://lindonutah.org/will-utah-weather-be-better-for-a-sleight-of-hand-on-saturday-or-sunday/ Wed, 27 Oct 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://lindonutah.org/will-utah-weather-be-better-for-a-sleight-of-hand-on-saturday-or-sunday/ [ad_1] There isn’t much rain in the forecast, but it does. (Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Michelle Binion accompanies her daughter Lizzie, 5, as they walk with friends while giving them a ride or treatment on Saturday, October 31, 2020, as they tour homes who have signed up for SugarHood Halloween, with every […]]]>


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There isn’t much rain in the forecast, but it does.

(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Michelle Binion accompanies her daughter Lizzie, 5, as they walk with friends while giving them a ride or treatment on Saturday, October 31, 2020, as they tour homes who have signed up for SugarHood Halloween, with every Trick Giving Participant committing to upholding CDC Covid safety standards.

Do you take your kids out for treats on Saturday, the day before Halloween? Or will you be going door-to-door on Sunday when it’s actually Halloween?

Some Utahns base this decision on their religious beliefs. But if you look at the weather forecast to help you decide, well, the forecast is pretty much the same for both nights.

According to the National Weather Service, it will be in the 1950s above 5pm Saturday, falling in the 1940s above 10pm. evening.

On Sunday, forecasts call for temperatures in the 50s above 5pm and average temperatures above 10pm. There is a slight chance of rain during the day and it should be mostly cloudy on Sunday evening.

In the Salt Lake City area, it will be sunny and 57 Thursday, sunny and 63 Friday, and mostly sunny and 61 Saturday, and there will be a slight chance of rain on Sunday, with a high of 57 expected.

Looking ahead, there is a risk of rain on Monday evening and a risk of rain and snow on Tuesday.

There is no precipitation in the forecast for southern Utah. And there isn’t much of a difference in the pre-Halloween / Halloween forecast in the St. George area, either – the 70s at 5 pm, dropping to the 60s at 10 pm on Saturdays; around 70 to 5 p.m., falling into the upper 50’s at 10 p.m. on Sunday.

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A strong storm system means a windy and windy day https://lindonutah.org/a-strong-storm-system-means-a-windy-and-windy-day/ Mon, 25 Oct 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://lindonutah.org/a-strong-storm-system-means-a-windy-and-windy-day/ [ad_1] SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Good Monday Utah! Be prepared for a fairly rainy and gusty day as our very strong storm system continues to move through our area. This will be quite the weather factor as we still have these strong winds overnight for many of our areas in western Utah and eastern […]]]>


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SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Good Monday Utah! Be prepared for a fairly rainy and gusty day as our very strong storm system continues to move through our area. This will be quite the weather factor as we still have these strong winds overnight for many of our areas in western Utah and eastern Nevada.

The high wind warning remains in effect until 9 p.m. Monday. under the warning, sustained wind speeds will be between 30 and 40 miles per hour with wind gusts of up to 70 miles per hour. We also have many areas across Beehive state that will have wind advisories and most of them start at 3 a.m. and continue until 9 p.m. as well. Sustained wind speeds will also be slightly lower, but no complaints between 25 and 35 miles per hour with wind gusts reaching up to 60 miles per hour.

Since these winds will last longer, expect damage to trees, power lines, and utility poles. The southerly direction of the winds will also cause problems for roads that run east-west, creating dangerous crosswinds. The I-80 in the western half of the state will be a road of great concern Monday morning.

The temperatures, due to the flow of the south, will be warmer as the day progresses despite the lack of sunshine. Many of us expect to be in the 60s and 70s again. Mainly cloudy skies will be the name of the game throughout the day. This will then lead to heavy rains as all the moisture in the atmospheric river finally gets in and brings us these significant amounts of precipitation. Northern Utah will be one of the hardest hit areas as we expect amounts between 1 ″ and 1.5. In central and southern Utah, rainfall will be between 0.5 and 1 ″ of rain after all is said and done. Another thing to note is that most of the rain will occur during the evening. Considering the heavy rainfall in a short period of time, it means that we may end up encountering problems with flooding and standing water in prone areas such as valleys, streams and urban areas. If you see a flooded road, be sure to “turn around, don’t drown” as white water can easily wash away vehicles.

Snowfall in the mountains will not be as severe as in other storm systems, as the moisture moves with the warmer air. Snow levels will be quite high, well above 9,000 feet with this system, so only the highest peaks will see snow. Snow levels also in areas that tend to produce good amounts will see a more humid type of snow.

In short, Monday will be a very busy day with the weather as we are seeing this incoming system bring very difficult conditions so stay tuned to the weather.

Stay ahead of any inclement weather with Utah’s most accurate forecast live and online. We are There4You!

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Utah’s sunny weather will give way to rain this weekend https://lindonutah.org/utahs-sunny-weather-will-give-way-to-rain-this-weekend/ Thu, 21 Oct 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://lindonutah.org/utahs-sunny-weather-will-give-way-to-rain-this-weekend/ Northern Utah can see showers Saturday through Wednesday. (Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Rain showers fall in Little Cottonwood Canyon on Saturday, August 21, 2021. | October 21, 2021, 4:45 p.m. It’s going to be sunny in Utah for a few days, until the rain returns to the upstate. Mostly sunny skies are […]]]>

Northern Utah can see showers Saturday through Wednesday.

(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Rain showers fall in Little Cottonwood Canyon on Saturday, August 21, 2021.

It’s going to be sunny in Utah for a few days, until the rain returns to the upstate.

Mostly sunny skies are expected statewide ahead of the weekend, according to the National Weather Service. In Salt Lake City, temperatures are forecast in the mid-60s on Thursday and around 70 on Friday.

Then, just in time for the weekend, temperatures are expected to drop into the 50s with more rain in the forecast – a 40% chance Saturday, with 50% Saturday night and 30% chance Sunday.

Next week, another storm is also expected to bring more rain to northern Utah on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

High winds – with gusts of 45 to 60 mph – are possible in western Utah on Monday. Heavy mountain snowfall is possible above 9,000 feet late Monday through Tuesday.

The weekend is looking better in southern Utah. Mostly sunny through Monday, with temperatures in the 70s in St. George. There is a chance of rain Monday afternoon and a higher chance Monday evening, possibly lingering Tuesday, the weather service said.

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The calm morning gives way to a wet and cool afternoon https://lindonutah.org/the-calm-morning-gives-way-to-a-wet-and-cool-afternoon/ Mon, 18 Oct 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://lindonutah.org/the-calm-morning-gives-way-to-a-wet-and-cool-afternoon/ SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Happy Monday Utah! Starting off our Monday will be calm, but things are starting to turn quickly and our weather system is starting to make its presence felt. Going out to take the kids to school or work, you will notice that we are not as cold as we have […]]]>

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Happy Monday Utah! Starting off our Monday will be calm, but things are starting to turn quickly and our weather system is starting to make its presence felt. Going out to take the kids to school or work, you will notice that we are not as cold as we have been these past few mornings.

Many of us will start our day in the 40s with a strong southerly flow bringing warmer air and cloud cover overhead. These winds will also begin to strengthen as the day progresses, resulting in wind advisories in southern Utah that range from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. for some counties. This storm brings wind speeds of 20 to 30 miles per hour with wind gusts reaching 50 in advised areas, but we will all see stronger winds, especially in the afternoon.

Cloud cover will also increase with better chances of showers for us on the Wasatch Front during the afternoon hours. The rain will also be associated with much colder air so not only will we need the umbrella or the raincoat but also a sweater. Colder winds will drop our highs into the 50s for most of northern Utah and into the 60s in southern Utah.

This cooling will continue through the afternoon as the storm system continues to drag through cooler air and humid weather. It is therefore best to prepare for two different days.

In short, a calm morning leads to a wetter and cooler afternoon. Layers will be our friends tomorrow.
Stay ahead of anything mother nature has to offer with Utah’s most accurate live forecast and in line. We are There4You!

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Winter storm and hard frost watches will take effect Monday in parts of Utah https://lindonutah.org/winter-storm-and-hard-frost-watches-will-take-effect-monday-in-parts-of-utah/ Mon, 11 Oct 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://lindonutah.org/winter-storm-and-hard-frost-watches-will-take-effect-monday-in-parts-of-utah/ [ad_1] SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Good Monday Utah! We expect big changes to be brewing thanks to a very late fall type meteorologist settling in our area, bringing us rain in the valley and snow in the mountains. Rain will arrive from the west and affect eastern Nevada early as it moves towards the […]]]>


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SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Good Monday Utah! We expect big changes to be brewing thanks to a very late fall type meteorologist settling in our area, bringing us rain in the valley and snow in the mountains. Rain will arrive from the west and affect eastern Nevada early as it moves towards the Wasatch Front.

Showers will start in the early afternoon for most of us along the Wasatch Front and will continue to plague us with gloomy and colder weather. As the storm system moves through our area, rain and snow will also move towards parts of southern Utah.

The wet weather will worsen throughout the day, so be aware of the weather and be prepared for a slower drive home in the evening. There may be a few thunderstorms developing in the rain bands, but severe weather is not expected.

An umbrella or a coat will be essential for the second half of the day. The weather system also brings in much colder air, we will only see our highs in the 1950s in northern Utah while being around the 60s and 70s in southern Utah during the afternoon with temperatures plummeting.

The wind will also start to pick up and will see a change from the south in the morning to a more northwesterly flow in the evening. We have a winter storm watch for a few areas of Utah that starts at 6 p.m. and lasts until Tuesday night. This is not the only weather alert we are seeing as we also have a severe frost watch that will go into effect at 8 p.m. and last until noon on Tuesday.

In short, expect a much wetter and cooler day when our next meteorologist sets up.

Stay ahead of inclement weather with Utah’s most accurate forecasts live and online. We are There4You!


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Utah weather stays cool at the start of the weekend https://lindonutah.org/utah-weather-stays-cool-at-the-start-of-the-weekend/ Fri, 20 Aug 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://lindonutah.org/utah-weather-stays-cool-at-the-start-of-the-weekend/ [ad_1] SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Good Friday! After a wet working week, we are starting to dry out today with more sun and calm conditions statewide. Temperatures remain well below average after a major low altitude affected the beehive state, causing heavy rains and flooding in several areas. AMBER ALERT: Issued for two children […]]]>


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SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Good Friday! After a wet working week, we are starting to dry out today with more sun and calm conditions statewide.

Temperatures remain well below average after a major low altitude affected the beehive state, causing heavy rains and flooding in several areas.

Friday will be a calm day with daytime highs climbing in the 1970s along the Wasatch Front with Salt Lake City peaking at 78. We saw record cool conditions in Salt Lake and Tooele on Thursday with new record highs, and part of it the fresh air lingers.

Today begins a drying and warming trend in southern Utah for the next few days, while in the north we expect rainy weather on Saturday afternoon, evening and Sunday morning. Winds will also increase in St. George for the weekend, so the risk of fire may be on the rise.

Speaking of fire, stubborn smoke will always have an impact on air quality with high particles pushing our air into the “moderate” category statewide. Smoke persists throughout the day with thicker plumes expected in western, southern and eastern Utah.

At the end of the line ? Today will be a beautiful day with cooler temperatures and drier conditions, with moderate air quality.

Stay informed of any weather changes with Utah’s most accurate forecasts live and online. We are There4You!

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Will it be stormy in Utah on Wednesday? https://lindonutah.org/will-it-be-stormy-in-utah-on-wednesday/ https://lindonutah.org/will-it-be-stormy-in-utah-on-wednesday/#respond Wed, 18 Aug 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://lindonutah.org/will-it-be-stormy-in-utah-on-wednesday/ [ad_1] SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Happy Wednesday! It was a soggy start to the day for many with these ongoing showers and thunderstorms, especially in Utah County overnight. Boy, you will feel that the weather will change today! Significantly cooler temperatures today following an intense cold front and severe storms, with a temperature drop […]]]>


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SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Happy Wednesday! It was a soggy start to the day for many with these ongoing showers and thunderstorms, especially in Utah County overnight.

Boy, you will feel that the weather will change today! Significantly cooler temperatures today following an intense cold front and severe storms, with a temperature drop of more than 20 degrees from yesterday to today.

Today’s daytime highs will be in the 70s along the Wasatch Front, with Salt Lake making a real effort to reach a high of 75.

Expect scattered thunderstorms to continue for our Wednesday and a cool, cloudy and stormy day. Most of the state will see these peaks reach the 1970s, with the exception of Moab, Lake Powell and St. George which will enter the 1980s and 1990s.

Due to the scattered storms, flash flood watch has been issued specifically for flood prone areas and burn scars, now extended until Wednesday evening.

This includes most of central and southern Utah with “expected” flooding in all flood prone areas, including our national parks.

At the end of the line ? Stormy skies ahead with cooler daytime highs and risk of flash floods.

Stay ahead of extreme weather conditions with Utah’s most accurate forecasts live and online. We are There4You!

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