Canyon winds decreasing; Snow sticks around through evening

Posted at 5:50 AM, Feb 23, 2022
and last updated 2022-02-24 00:14:59-05

A strong winter storm will impact most of the area today.

Snow will be widespread, with most accumulation expected south of Interstate 80. In general, an additional 2-6 inches are possible in the Central & Southern Mountains with 1-3 inches in most valleys. The farther north you are, the lighter accumulations will be. Very little if any accumulating snow is expected north of Weber County.

Strong canyon winds along the Wasatch Front & Cache Valley could continue to gust above 50 mph early in the morning. Winds should decrease after sunrise, but it could still be blustery.

Wind and snow will die down this evening, but a cold airmass will remain in place for another couple days.


Wednesday: Canyon winds decreasing after sunrise. Cloudy & colder with 1-2 inches of snow likely. NW winds 10-20 mph in the afternoon. Highs: Upper 20s.

Wednesday Night: Slight chance of snow showers in the evening. Becoming partly cloudy and getting very cold overnight. Lows: Near 15.


Wednesday: Partly cloudy with snow in the morning, then rain and snow in the afternoon. 1 inch possible. Highs: Low 40s.

Wednesday Night: Showers tapering off. Becoming mostly clear and getting colder. Lows: Lower 20s.