Some great weather to get through the middle of the week!
Other than a few spotty showers in the far north early on, a ridge of high pressure building over the area will keep it warm and dry today. The ridge will move east tonight, allowing SW winds to increase and bring even warmer weather tomorrow.
The next storm will bring colder, wet weather later this week. By Friday, rain will move back into the valleys with a good chance of heavy snow in the Northern Mountains. It'll get cold enough for a mix of rain and snow down to the valley floors Friday night into Saturday morning.
Most showers will taper off as the storm pulls away Saturday. Mountain snow showers could linger into Sunday.
SALT LAKE CITY
Wednesday: Sunny. Highs: Upper 60s.
Wednesday Night: Mostly clear. South winds 10-20 mph after midnight. Lows: Near 50.
Wednesday: Sunny. Highs: Near 80.
Wednesday Night: Mostly clear. Lows: Lower 50s.