After the storm pushed through southern Utah overnight, we are left with brutally cold temperatures and strong, gusty winds.
Winds are ramping up this morning. Those of you along the Northern Wasatch Front will see Northeasterly winds between 20 and 30 mph and gusts up to 60 mph. You can expect the strongest winds in Davis and Weber Counties and also in the canyons along the east bench of the Salt Lake Valley. This won't be a wind event like the one we saw in early September, but you could see flying limbs or power lines downed. We're also seeing gusts up to 60 mph for our Washington County Canyons.
Winds die down around noon. It gives way to a nice clear day, but it's still going to feel very cold in the mid 30s. If you're not a fan of this winter weather, there's good news -- We're warming back up to the low 60s by the end of the work week!