Thursday's Pinpoint Forecast: Some minor changes today as weak low pressure moves along the AZ-UT border, producing a couple isolated showers over the higher terrain of southern UT. Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy down there, but still mostly sunny for northern UT. Highs will generally be in the 60s, 50s in the mountains, and 70s for southern areas. Air pollution and haze will continue for the Wasatch Front with little wind and a very stagnant airmass. Air quality is still "good" but will slowly deteriorate over the next few days with more stagnation. Friday, besides an isolated shower over extreme southeast UT, it will be mostly sunny and mild again. The weekend will be beautiful, mostly sunny, and mild. However, the air pollution and haze will continue for areas near the Wasatch Front. Monday, a strong cold front will move into northern UT. It will turn windy and much colder, with showers and mountain snow showers developing. Tuesday will be mostly cloudy and chilly, with highs only in the 30s and 40s up north, 50s and 60s down south. There's a chance for a wave of low pressure that could develop and give burst precipitation (snow?) to the Wasatch Front. Stay tuned for this developing situation. Halloween looks clear and chilly.
Have a great Thursday!
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