Warmer weather is coming to Utah, but it’ll be frigid for a few more days

The snow isn’t over but. How a lot will we get?

(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Distant bushes give the phantasm of exploding blossoms on the Snow Geese Competition close to Delta, Utah, on Feb. 26. After a couple of extra days of chilly temperatures, hotter climate is predicted in Utah subsequent week.

Spring — or, at the very least, spring-like climate — is coming to Utah, however you’ll have to attend till subsequent week for it to get right here. Within the meantime, anticipate a bit extra snow and frigid temperatures, in accordance with the Nationwide Climate Service.

(The primary day of spring is March 21.)

Within the Salt Lake Metropolis space, there’s a 40% likelihood of snow on Thursday after 11 p.m., persevering with into Friday morning, however it would solely quantity to an inch or much less. Skies are anticipated to start clearing by late Friday morning.

The large climate information is that the much-colder-than-usual temperatures — shut to twenty levels beneath regular — will proceed for a few days. Regular highs in Salt Lake Metropolis are 48-50 in late February, however the forecast is for 31 on Thursday, with an in a single day low of 18; 31/11 on Friday, and 36/17 on Saturday.

That’ll be heat in comparison with Logan — highs within the mid-20s to about 30 by means of Saturday, and in a single day lows of 10, 4 and 9. Cedar Metropolis received’t see above-freezing temperatures till Saturday, when it’ll hit 36, and in a single day lows of 8-10 are within the forecast.

There’s no snow within the forecast for Nephi, the place weather-related accidents shut down Interstate 15 on Wednesday, however highs might be simply 21 on Thursday, 23 on Friday and 27 on Friday.

In Salt Lake Metropolis, it’ll be nearer to regular on Sunday (44/25) and Monday (47/31). And March will are available in like a lamb – a excessive of 52 on Tuesday and a excessive of 58 on Wednesday, a number of levels above regular.

Sunny skies have returned to southern Utah, and no extra snow is predicted. But it surely’s going to take a couple of days for temperatures to return to regular, which is 62-63 for the tip of February. It’ll be 43 with an in a single day low of 24 on Thursday, 47/22 on Friday, 50/25 on Saturday, 56/33 on Sunday, and 61/35 on Monday.

The forecast requires highs of 67 on Monday, 4 levels above regular; and 72 on Tuesday, 8 levels above regular.

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