A new storm is expected to hit northern Utah Sunday night and Monday morning, with some showers continuing into Tuesday.
A cold front hits tonight with heavy showers expected for your Monday. Snow levels drop but don't quite make it to the valleys. Several inches expected for the mtns. Get latest 4cast @fox13 #springstorm pic.twitter.com/mI4l1fLs9G
— Brek Bolton (@brekbolt) April 25, 2021
This cold front will bring moderate to heavy rainfall to northern Utah Monday morning, making for wet roads during most of the day across the state. Showers will likely start between 6-8 a.m.
Most of the early shower activity will occur north of Ogden, and in the mid-morning through the mid-afternoon hours for the rest of the Wasatch Front.
A storm system will bring snow and rain across the region tonight through Tuesday. Snow amounts of 4-10 inches are expected above 6000 ft. with locally higher amounts. Rain amounts across nrn valleys will be 0.25-0.75 of an inch with less than 0.25 of an inch elsewhere. #utwx pic.twitter.com/OBTBMq1lGZ
— NWS Salt Lake City (@NWSSaltLakeCity) April 25, 2021
Weather Alert: Statewide mountain road snow & high valley road slush MON AM thru the evening. Roads trend mostly wet across high valleys MON afternoon. Look for an update on MON regarding MON PM - TUE AM potential impacts. More info here: https://t.co/4P1gO1U0Gg #utwx #utsnow pic.twitter.com/T4nQiWBYX7
— UDOT Traffic (@UDOTTRAFFIC) April 25, 2021
Northern Utah's canyons will possibly see some wet snow early Monday. It won't reach the benches, but mountains could pick up anywhere from 5-10 inches.
Winter storm watches are in effect for some northern Utah mountain areas.
Salt Lake City
Sunday Night: Showers after midnight. Lows: Near 40.
Monday: Rain and cooler. Highs: Upper 40s.
Sunday Night: Cloudy. Lows: Mid 50s.
Monday: Rain and cooler. Highs: Low 60s.