Today we head off to Ogden, UT, surrounded by the picturesque Rocky Mountains on one side and the Great Salt Lake on the other. Will we close out the month of October with beautiful weather to match the scenery?
At 1020pm MDT, the temperature at Ogden, UT was 45 degrees under fair skies. Low pressure found over the Desert Southwest will be pushing through the Four Corners area and into the Central Plains over the next couple of days. Widespread high clouds are found over the region tonight but those will be shifting out of the region with the low pressure throughout the day Tuesday. Weak high pressure shifts overhead for Wednesday bringing warmer temps and mostly clear skies to the area. Looks like it’s shaping up to be a nice couple of days!
Tuesday: Partly cloudy. High 55, Low 34.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny and warmer. High 65, Low 41.
TWC: Tuesday: Mostly sunny. High 55, Low 33.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy. High 65, Low 43.
AW: Tuesday: Partial sunshine. High 54, Low 34.
Wednesday: Pleasant and warmer. High 64, Low 39.
NWS: Tuesday: Sunny. High 54, Low 31.
Wednesday: Sunny. High 63, Low 37.
WB: Tuesday: Sunny. High 53, Low 32.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy. High 63, Low 38.
WN: Tuesday: Mostly sunny. High 54, Low 31.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High 63, Low 37.
FIO: Tuesday: Partly cloudy starting in the evening. High 53, Low 33.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy throughout the day. High 60, Low 37.
Some cirrus clouds are found over the region as a system starts to get going over the Four Corners region. Luckily for us, these clouds will be shifting out of the region tomorrow and clears out for midweek!