Patrick’s Day and warm weekend ahead, but brace for another round of storms next week
After a stormy start to the week, Utah is in for a sunny St.
Patrick’s Day and warm weekend.
High pressure building in will bring fair skies and a break from the storms, although temperatures will remain chilly in the morning, starting out in the 20s and 30s.
Northern Arizona will see some snow showers, but otherwise, Utah can expect sunny skies with highs in the mid-40s.
However, the respite will be brief, as another series of storms is expected to move through early next week.
There is a possibility of an atmospheric river developing, which could lead to heavy precipitation.
The storms are predicted to be colder with lower snow levels, which could bring minor accumulation of snow to some of the valleys.
Despite the impending stormy weather, the weekend is expected to be beautiful in much of Utah, with sunny skies and temperatures in the low 60s in St.
But as the first day of spring approaches on Monday, valley rain and mountain snow will move in and continue through much of the week.
By Wednesday night, the temperatures will be cold enough to bring some minor accumulation of snow all the way back down to the valley floors.