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|Sunrise 6:54AM||Sunset 8:19PM||Wednesday August 21, 2019 6:10 AM MDT (12:10 UTC)||Moonrise 10:44PM||Moonset 11:26AM||Illumination 67%|
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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
406 am mdt Wed aug 21 2019
Synopsis High pressure over the region will result in continued
warm and dry conditions today before a slight cooling trend is
expected for late week.
Short term (through 00z Friday) The broad upstream trough will
begin to move into the northern rockies today as the ridge becomes
more suppressed and pushed south. Another warm summer day is in
store with temperatures likely to reach similar numbers to Tuesday
with mostly clear skies.
As the trough pushes farther east, it should remain just to the
north of utah but a boundary will push through Thursday resulting
in daytime temperatures to drop 8 to 10 degrees across northern
and central utah. Winds ahead of this boundary will be breezy out
of the southwest. Cloud cover begins to increase Thursday into
Friday with the shortwave passage. Dry and warm conditions will
continue through late week ahead of this shortwave.
Long term (after 00z Friday) A shortwave moving through the
northern rockies late Thursday will will depart to our northeast
by Friday. Cooler air will filter in across northern utah,
particularly by Thursday night into Friday. The cloud cover from
the weak frontal passage will depart on Friday, but temperatures
will run at to slightly below average.
Over the weekend, a broad ridge will build over the eastern pacific
then will continue to amplify along the west coast of british
columbia into the first half of next week. This will keep a dry
northwesterly flow in place across northern utah through the|
extended forecast period. The warmest day will be Saturday with
temperatures running about 3-5 degrees above normal. Shortwaves
moving through the northern rockies will provide subtle
reinforcements of slightly cooler air Sunday through the first half
of next week, which will maintain temperatures near normal.
Aviation Vfr conditions at the kslc terminal will prevail
through the TAF package. Southeast winds will begin to shift to
the northwest between 19z-21z under mostly clear skies.
Fire weather Dry southwest flow under high pressure will continue
across the fire district through the week. Warm temperatures will
also continue, with a slight dip in daytime high temperatures as a
boundary pushes through northern and central utah Thursday and
Friday. Some increased cloud cover will result from this boundary
and temperatures will drop 8-10 degrees however the forecast
remains dry through the upcoming weekend as high pressure
develops once again by this weekend.
Slc watches warnings advisories
Short term aviation fire weather... Dewey
long term... Church
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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|St George Municipal Airport, UT||31 mi||75 min||SE 3||10.00 mi||Fair||75°F||21°F||13%||1010 hPa|
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