Friday's Pinpoint Forecast: TGIF! There are a few showers/storms moving through south central and south east UT, with snow levels there running above 10k. Besides that, the rest of the state will be mostly sunny and mild and high pressure continues. The air quality for the Wasatch Front technically is "good", but those with sensitive respiratory issues should avoid overexertion and heavy breathing. Highs will be in the 60s up north, 40s and 50s in the mountains, and 60s and 70s down south. This weekend will be sunny and seasonably warm for everyone. Monday, a strong cold front will come blasting down from the north. It will bring the coldest air of the season so far, gusty winds, and some rain and mountain snow later on Monday. Tuesday will be chilly with scattered snow showers, and a slight chance of a lake effect band setting up. There really isn't much moisture with this storm, but the mountains above 8,000' could see between 3-8". The storm will clear for Wednesday and Halloween.
Have a great weekend!
~ Curtis Ray
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