As we dive into your Monday, we start off frigid, but temperatures are rebounding this afternoon. It's warmer than yesterday, but still on the chilly side climbing to the mid 30s along the Wasatch Front with widespread valley haze. An inversion is trying to strengthen, but that will be short lived.
We will quickly mix that inversion out as it turns active Tuesday through Thursday. The first of a series of storms rolls in tonight bringing scattered snow showers to our Northern Mountains and our valleys mainly north of Salt Lake City. This could impact the Tuesday morning commute for our Northern Wasatch Front and Cache Valley. It'll also turn breezy across the Wasatch Front with strong, gusty winds developing in Southwest Wyoming.
A more potent storm will bring a better chance for mountain snow Wednesday.