It’ll be much warmer in Utah — temporarily. Snow is also in the forecast.

March will are available like a lamb, however issues will change late within the week.

(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) The solar units on the Utah Capitol on Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2022.

Hotter temperatures are within the forecast for Utah this week, in accordance with the Nationwide Climate Service, however don’t put away your winter coat. Snow is predicted this weekend.

Alongside the Wasatch entrance and decrease valleys throughout Utah, temperatures will push into the low 60s, whereas greater elevations will attain about 50. The forecast requires dry and secure situations and temperatures 5-10 levels above regular.

(Nationwide Climate Service) Utah temperatures shall be above regular by way of the center of the week.

In Salt Lake Metropolis, a excessive of 45 is predicted on Monday, and March will are available like a lamb — 51 on Tuesday, 56 on Wednesday, and 57 on Thursday, and it may hit the 60s on Wednesday and Thursday. In a single day lows will stay above freezing, within the mid- to upper-30s.

It is going to be, in accordance with the Nationwide Climate Service, a “good style of spring earlier than winter decides to indicate up once more.” Rain is predicted on Thursday evening, altering over to snow on Friday and presumably Saturday and Sunday. Daytime highs will fall to the mid-40s on Friday and the mid-30s on Saturday and Sunday, with in a single day lows within the 20s.

Skies in southern Utah shall be clear on Monday and Tuesday, with rising clouds on Wednesday and Thursday as temperatures rise. In St. George, it will likely be 67 on Monday, 73 on Tuesday, and 76 on Wednesday and Thursday, with in a single day lows rising from the mid-30s to the mid-40s.

There’s an opportunity of rain on Friday and Saturday, and temperatures will fall to the lows 60s on Friday and Saturday. Sunny skies are anticipated to return on Sunday, however the excessive shall be within the higher 50s.

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