Weak Storm System Brings Showers and Thunderstorms to Northern Utah

A weak storm system will bring showers and thunderstorms to northern Utah on Monday evening into Tuesday, accompanied by gusty outflow winds. High pressure will return later in the week, bringing warm temperatures and mostly sunny skies to the region.

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Weak Storm System Brings Showers and Thunderstorms to Northern Utah

Weak Storm System Brings Showers and Thunderstorms to Northern Utah

A weak storm system is expected to bring showers and thunderstorms to northern Utah on Monday evening into Tuesday. Temperatures will reach the low 80s along the Wasatch Front and low 90s in St. George, accompanied by gusty outflow winds and breezy conditions.

Why this matters: This storm system's impact on northern Utah's weather can affect daily commutes, outdoor activities, and local businesses, highlighting the importance of staying informed about weather forecasts. Moreover, understanding the patterns and effects of such storm systems can help communities prepare for and respond to more severe weather events in the future.

High pressure will move into the region on Sunday, bringing warm temperatures and mostly sunny skies to much of the state. Isolated showers are expected over higher terrain east of I-15 on Sunday afternoon. Temperatures along the Wasatch Front will be in the mid-70s on Sunday, with light winds. In St. George, daytime highs will reach the upper 80s with mainly sunshine.

On Monday, increasing southwest flow will warm temperatures ahead of the weaker short wave moving through northern Utah on Tuesday. "warm, sunny, mother, day," according to the forecast.

Breezy conditions and gusty outflow winds are expected on Tuesday, with partly cloudy skies and a slight chance of showers or thunderstorms along the Wasatch Front. Temperatures will dip into the mid-70s on Tuesday afternoon and the low 70s on Wednesday. Southern Utah will see increased cloud cover from the passing storm, with partly cloudy skies for St. George on Tuesday and Wednesday, and breezy winds. Temperatures will remain in the low 90s for Lower Washington County.

High pressure will return to the region for the latter half of the week, bringing ample sunshine and warming temperatures. Daytime highs will reach the upper 70s for northern Utah, possibly 80 degrees for Salt Lake on Friday.

The weak storm system moving through northern Utah on Monday evening into Tuesday will bring a brief period of showers, thunderstorms, and breezy conditions to the region. However, high pressure will quickly return, leading to mostly sunny skies and warming temperatures for the second half of the week.

Key Takeaways

  • Weak storm system to bring showers & thunderstorms to northern Utah on Monday evening.
  • Temperatures to reach low 80s along Wasatch Front, low 90s in St. George on Tuesday.
  • Breezy conditions & gusty outflow winds expected on Tuesday.
  • High pressure returns for latter half of week, bringing sunny skies & warming temps.
  • Daytime highs to reach upper 70s in northern Utah, possibly 80°F in Salt Lake on Friday.