Warmer weather to get through the middle of the week!
The problem is that winds will increase ahead of a storm expected to cross Northern & Central Utah tonight. SW winds could gust near 50 mph or higher across parts of Southern, Central, and Eastern Utah this afternoon and evening. Blowing dust will be possible along with strong cross-winds that might make travel difficult.
A quick round of mainly light valley rain and mountain snow above 5,500 feet is expected late tonight into tomorrow morning. Most showers will taper off by noon Thursday. It'll be slightly cooler behind the storm, but then feel like summer by the weekend!
SALT LAKE CITY
Wednesday: Mostly sunny. SW winds 10-20 mph, shifting to the NW by late afternoon. Highs: Near 70.
Wednesday Night: Increasing clouds with a slight chance of showers in the evening. Rain is most likely after midnight. Isolated t-storms are possible. Lows: Lower 40s.
Thursday: Slight chance of morning showers, then becoming sunny. Highs: Lower 60s.
Wednesday: Sunny. SW winds increasing to 20-30 mph and possibly gusting near 45 mph. Highs: Mid 70s.
Wednesday Night: Mostly clear. SW winds 20-30 mph in the evening, then decreasing overnight. Lows: Mid 40s.
Thursday: Sunny & warmer. Highs: Upper 70s.