SALT LAKE CITY — A dry cold front will move across the state today, bringing windy conditions and cooler temps across northern Utah.
Temperatures in the northern part of Utah will drop several degrees lower than yesterday, but still close to average for this time of year.
Strong wind gusts are expected with the front later today across southwest Wyoming and northeast Utah,
The gusty winds with dry conditions will lead to high fire danger across San Rafael Swell and Southern Mountains.
While the winds will decrease tonight, the temperatures will be even colder tomorrow.
It will stay dry through the weekend with temperatures gradually climbing near normal by Saturday.
But it won't stay that way long as it will be cooling off again early next week.
SALT LAKE CITY
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, cool, & breezy. NW winds 10-20 mph late morning through afternoon. Highs: Mid 60s.
Wednesday Night: Partly cloudy & colder. Lows: Near 40.
Wednesday: Sunny. West winds 10-20 mph by late afternoon. Highs: Near 90.
Wednesday Night: Clear. Canyon winds 15-25 mph, decreasing overnight. Lows: Low 50s.