Some clouds associated with a cold front will run across the state Wednesday night and for a small part of Thursday. Any precipitation associated with the front will be in the form of snow showers over the Uintas; otherwise it's high and dry. The origin of the air behind this front is Canadian, so the recent chill will linger. Nonetheless, for many of us it will be sun-filled skies by day bridging the gap between clear, chilly nights after Thursday. Seasonably cool weather returns next week. Enjoy, and stay warm!
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