A "cut-off" low pressure from the jet stream will affect us for at least 4 more days this week. The northern branch of the jet stream has detached from this low pressure, leaving it without any real stiring currents. Therefore, it will drift slowly east over the next several days, keeping the threat for showers and thunderstorms around each day through Thursday. Some of these storms will have heavy rain, and some minor runoff flooding is possible over the deserts and washes of southern Utah. Snow levels will drop to around 8000' at times, so perhaps there could be a few inches of snow up at Snowbird. Highs will be seasonable, in the 60s and 70s, with 40s in the mountains. This storm will finally move east over the weekend, allowing a big time warmup for Sunday and early next week.
Have a great Monday,