Thursday, May 11 – The weather is perfect outside with abundant sunshine and blue skies across various regions.
The storm from the previous day has moved out, making way for high pressure to build in and bring dry conditions.
However, there is a slight chance of isolated thunderstorms in parts of southwest Wyoming.
Despite the warming trend over the weekend, there may be occasional showers and thunderstorms in the late afternoons and early evenings, potentially affecting outdoor plans for Mother’s Day weekend.
Additionally, snowmelt will increase, and gusty canyon winds are expected in Salt Lake City late Saturday into Sunday morning.
The current temperature in Salt Lake City is 72 degrees Fahrenheit, which is typical for this time of year.
The weather conditions are favorable for outdoor activities, with temperatures reaching the upper 60s to low 70s along the Wasatch Front and mid-50s in Park City.
Southwest Wyoming may experience isolated showers, while Price will reach the upper 60s and Moab will see temperatures around 77 degrees.
George, temperatures will be in the low to mid-80s on Friday, rising to the 90s over the weekend and remaining in the low 90s early next week.
Northern Utah can expect warm and dry conditions with temperatures in the low 70s on Friday and a chance of isolated storms on Saturday and a better chance on Sunday, mainly along and over the mountains.
Valleys may also see some of these storms.
Overall, the weather is favorable for outdoor activities, but it is important to stay prepared for the possibility of showers, especially on Sunday.