No holiday from stormy weather on President's Day!
A strong cold front will make it's way south across the area today, bringing widespread snow. Very little is expected north of Salt Lake County. Most accumulation will be from the south end of Salt Lake & Tooele valleys south into Central & Western Utah. Strong winds are likely across South Central Utah. Another storm will bring even more snow across Central & Southern Utah Tuesday into Wednesday.
It's going to get a lot colder behind the storms. Temperatures along the Wasatch Front won't even climb above freezing during the middle of the week.
SALT LAKE CITY
Monday: Snow expected. 1-4 inches are possible, mainly on the benches and south end of the valley. Highs: Upper 30s.
Monday Night: Decreasing snow showers. Cloudy & much colder. Lows: Mid 20s.
Monday: Mostly cloudy with a 50% chance of rain by afternoon. West winds 15-25 mph. Highs: Near 60.
Monday Night: Mostly cloudy & colder. Rain showers decreasing. Lows: Mid 30s.