Just like yesterday, the day started out pretty nice with sunshine for the Wasatch Front. A few showers are moving out of northern Utah, and isolated thunderstorms are developing by St. George. Thunderstorms will grow in coverage through the day, firing over the southern and central mountains, and then drifting north. Small hail and gusty winds could accompany any storm. Snow could accumulate a couple inches above 9000'. Highs will be in the 60s to around 70 across the north, and in the lower 70s down by Dixie. Showers and a few storms will continue tonight into Wednesday morning. Wednesday will be very similar, with scattered afternoon thunderstorms, mainly over the mountains. Thursday and Friday will be partly cloudy, warmer, with isolated thunderstorms mainly over the mountains. The thunderstorm threat dries up for Mother's Day, with a big warmup beginning. The Wasatch Front will likely see it's first day in the 80s, with southern Utah in the 80s and 90s. Monday will be even warmer, and with low humidity and an increasing breeze, the fire danger will also increase.
Have a great Tuesday.