Utah Weather to Bring Several Days of Rain and Snow | NewsBreak Original

ai express – Hey everyone, we’re back after enjoying a short break in the weather here. Brace yourselves, because starting Thursday morning, a powerful winter storm is set to hit Utah and linger for a few days. And that’s not all – there’s another weather system expected to roll in around the 5th. Take a look at the cover photo, which displays the impressive formation of this arctic cyclone captured by the water vapor satellite at 1 AM.

The storm is expected to arrive early on Thursday, bringing relatively warm temperatures. Most of the precipitation will fall as rain in areas outside the mountains. This is a much-needed rainfall for Southern Utah. Showers will begin in Southwest Utah before sunrise and reach the Northern communities by mid-morning. The storm will persist until Friday morning, bringing some winter precipitation to parts of the Wasatch Front and Cedar City. A mix of rain and snow is expected to continue through Saturday, with the snow levels dropping again on Friday night and remaining cold on Saturday.

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Some parts of Southwest Utah are forecasted to receive over an inch of rainfall by the time the storm concludes on Saturday. In the mountainous regions of Southwest Utah, such as Pine Valley and Cedar Mountain, high elevations could witness more than 12 inches of snow. Moving northwards towards the Tushar Mountains, there is still a possibility of receiving 9+ inches of snow. However, the northern mountains should expect a moderate storm with approximately 6 inches of snowfall. Additionally, these mountainous areas may experience stronger winds accompanying the storm.

Another system is expected to arrive on Monday next week, which will bring even more moisture to the state. We will provide further updates as necessary. Don’t forget that today (Jan 31) is the last day to add a photo to the January competition and vote for your favorites. Join the fun by clicking here.

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