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|Sunrise 6:52AM||Sunset 8:17PM||Thursday August 22, 2019 9:03 PM MDT (03:03 UTC)||Moonrise 11:14PM||Moonset 12:21PM||Illumination 50%|
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Area Discussion for - Salt Lake City, UT  (on/off)  Help NOTE: mouseover dotted underlined text for definition
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area forecast discussion
national weather service salt lake city ut
824 pm mdt Thu aug 22 2019
An upper level trough over the northern rockies will move slowly
east into the northern plains states by early Saturday. The
associated cold front will push south into central through
northeast utah tonight. A dry northwest flow aloft will follow the
exiting trough this weekend.
A closed low will continue to churn over the northern rockies
overnight. 00z kslc RAOB indicates shallow moisture layer just
above 500mb, otherwise the column is quite dry. Instability is
limited by a series of subsidence inversions aloft.
Any threat of a shower should be across eastern utah where more
favorable thermal profiles exist closer to the synoptic feature.
Even so, little to no threat of measurable precipitation.
The associated cold front will continue to sag south across
central utah overnight before stalling by morning. Winds on either
side of the boundary will continue to relax overnight.
The upper level trough axis currently over western montana will
continue slowly east across the northern rockies through Friday,
then east into the northern plains early Saturday. The associated
surface front working south through northern utah will settle into
central northeast utah tonight, then stall across those areas
Low-level cold advection trailing the surface boundary will
continue to push the boundary south into central utah overnight.
Not seeing any sustained organized lift result from the low-level
thermal advection as mid-level temps continue to warm and dynamic
subsidence take over behind the passing northern rockies trough.
Some convective cloud cover has developed along and south of the
surface boundary, though similar mid-level warming is keeping
deep layer instability in check late this afternoon.
An increasingly warm and stable air mass trailing the northern
rockies trough along with as still dry air mass will keep
conditions dry through the weekend. The lone exception to this
dry forecast will be the eastern end of the uinta range where
enough residual moisture may remain to spawn a couple of showers
or thunderstorms Friday afternoon.
Like most of the rest of august, upper level ridging will build
across the region through the long term portion of the forecast.|
Much of the model guidance attempts to sufficiently shift the
ridge to allow for weak moisture surge into the region by
Wednesday. Given the very, very dry antecedent conditions... Odds
would lean toward this being mainly a mid-level moisture increase
with a limited chance of any precipitation being realized at the
Temperatures will range from near to slightly above normal through
the long term forecast period as september approaches.
Northwest winds will continue to prevail at the kslc terminal
through the majority of the overnight hours. Late tonight and
early Friday morning, winds are expected to decrease in magnitude
and may become light variable or light from the southeast around
Should winds become southerly once again for a sustained period,
smoke may move back into the area Friday morning.
A weak cold front associated with the upper level trough moving
slowly east across the northern rockies will maintain dry
conditions across all of the fire districts through the upcoming
weekend. Behind the front somewhat cooler temperatures are
expected tonight through Friday, with seasonally readings south of
the front which will stall across central utah late tonight.
Looking at warmer temperatures returning to northern utah this weekend.
Anticipating above normal temperatures statewide over the weekend.
Humidity values will remain low, with only fair to poor recoveries at
night. Critical fire weather conditions could return by Sunday due to
the low humidity and sufficiently strong winds during the
afternoon early evening hours.
Slc watches warnings advisories
Ut... Red flag warning until 9 pm mdt this evening for utz479-481>484-
public... 10 conger kruse
fire weather... Conger
for more information from noaa's national weather service visit...
http: weather.Gov saltlakecity
for frequently asked questions about the area forecast discussion
http: weather.Gov saltlakecity general afd_faqs.Php
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