Storm moving out, making way for a clear weekend
Feb 9, 2024, 9:49 AM
(Megan Nielsen/Deseret News)
SALT LAKE CITY — The beehive state may see scattered snow into the overnight hours, but that could be the last we see of it for a while.
The snow Utah sees today will either going to be scattered and/or driven by lake effect. However, we are not going to see a ton accumulate.
KSL Meteorologist, Kristen Van Dyke said a long break from this stormy weather starts tomorrow.
“Tonight is the last storm for a while. It clears out and our temperatures drop. We will have partly cloudy skies with a low of 23 degrees,” said Van Dyke.
The return of haze
That break from storms along with high pressure is expected to help the haze build back in next week.
We are looking at about an inch of accumulation in the valleys by tomorrow morning. Additionally, the mountains could get five to ten inches.
After the storm moves out early tomorrow, the rest of the Super Bowl weekend looks crystal clear.
- Protecting your health during Utah’s inversion season
- Not brushing snow off your car is a safety hazard, according to Utah Highway Patrol
- Utah snowpack is now in great shape