Weather forecast for Tuesday evening, November 24, 2015:
Gusty south winds this afternoon will continue through the evening, keeping temperatures very mild across western Utah. Eastern and southern Utah will see a mix of clouds and sunshine, with generally mild temperatures. Tonight it will remain mild, with the southerly winds increasing along the Utah / Nevada border. A cold front will enter western Utah in the morning and work its way into the Wasatch Front by early afternoon. Snow is likely along the front and it will impact the evening commute along I-15, from Cedar City north into Southern Idaho and western Wyoming. Temperatures will drop quickly behind the cold front and it will remain cold through the holiday weekend. Snow showers are likely especially along and near the mountains on Thanksgiving Day.
Forecast For The Wasatch Front:
Tonight: Cloudy with south winds 10-20mph. Lows in the mid and upper 30s.
Wednesday: Cloudy in the morning with south winds 15-30mph. Higher gusts are possible. Winds shifting to the northwest after noon, with snow developing. Snow showers will continue through the evening commute.
Wednesday night: Snow showers likely. Lows in the upper 20s.
Thanksgiving Day: A few snow showers at times. Highs in the mid 30s.