Utah weather – Lindon Utah http://lindonutah.org/ Fri, 02 Sep 2022 07:00:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://lindonutah.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/icon-28.png Utah weather – Lindon Utah http://lindonutah.org/ 32 32 Utah weather continues to break records https://lindonutah.org/utah-weather-continues-to-break-records/ Fri, 02 Sep 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://lindonutah.org/utah-weather-continues-to-break-records/ SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Happy Friday Utah, hope you’re staying cool! We are coming off the hottest September day on record in Salt Lake City as we hit 102. This also broke the daily record of 100 and this is the 28e times this year we’ve seen over 100° of heat at SLC, which […]]]>

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Happy Friday Utah, hope you’re staying cool! We are coming off the hottest September day on record in Salt Lake City as we hit 102. This also broke the daily record of 100 and this is the 28e times this year we’ve seen over 100° of heat at SLC, which continues to add to our annual record.

With the dome high over the western United States, we won’t see too much of a change from what we had yesterday with highs close to what we’ve seen for the past few days. There’s a chance we’ll be a degree or two cooler in northern Utah, but we’re still talking 100s in Salt Lake, mid 90s in Cache Valley, and upper 80s and lower 80s 90 for Wasatch Back.

Skies will be mostly sunny to partly cloudy with only a slight chance for a few stray light showers over higher ground, mostly in the southern two-thirds of the state. In our northern Utah valleys, we will also continue to experience poor air quality, primarily due to the presence of ozone.

Going through and after Labor Day weekend, every day is expected to have record/equal heat in Salt Lake City through next Wednesday. In Salt Lake City, there’s a chance we beat Thursday’s 102 by a degree or two on Saturday and Sunday. We could also very well see the September temperature record drop in Logan, 97, approaching 100 this weekend!

In St. George, we will be closer to 110 and due to extreme heat in lower Washington County, an excessive heat warning will be in effect from today until Labor Day. In northeastern Nevada, heat advisories are also in place over Labor Day weekend and there is a possibility that they will be extended farther east into northern Utah.

Some places you can go to escape the heat will be high altitudes and near our lakes and reservoirs. One place that might not worry about hot temperatures is Bear Lake with highs near 90 over the weekend. If you have outdoor plans, it’s essential to take the necessary precautions to beat this end-of-season heat. Take breaks, find shade, pack plenty of hydration, look before you lock your car, and limit time outdoors during the afternoon hours.

Looking for relief, models continue to be optimistic of at least a little cooler trend by the end of next week as a system moves or at least weakens the high. Based on model trends, cooler air should start arriving by Thursday with more seasonal air entering by Friday into the weekend. Stay tuned!

Conclusion ? ! The heat wave will persist through Labor Day weekend.

Always stay ahead of the weather with Utah’s most accurate forecasts both live and online! We are There4You!

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Utah weather continues to break records https://lindonutah.org/utah-weather-continues-to-break-records-2/ Fri, 02 Sep 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://lindonutah.org/utah-weather-continues-to-break-records-2/ SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Happy Friday Utah, hope you’re staying cool! We are coming off the hottest September day on record in Salt Lake City as we hit 102. This also broke the daily record of 100 and this is the 28e times this year we’ve seen over 100° of heat at SLC, which […]]]>

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Happy Friday Utah, hope you’re staying cool! We are coming off the hottest September day on record in Salt Lake City as we hit 102. This also broke the daily record of 100 and this is the 28e times this year we’ve seen over 100° of heat at SLC, which continues to add to our annual record.

With the dome high over the western United States, we won’t see too much of a change from what we had yesterday with highs close to what we’ve seen for the past few days. There’s a chance we’ll be a degree or two cooler in northern Utah, but we’re still talking 100s in Salt Lake, mid 90s in Cache Valley, and upper 80s and lower 80s 90 for Wasatch Back.

Skies will be mostly sunny to partly cloudy with only a slight chance for a few stray light showers over higher ground, mostly in the southern two-thirds of the state. In our northern Utah valleys, we will also continue to experience poor air quality, primarily due to the presence of ozone.

Going through and after Labor Day weekend, every day is expected to have record/equal heat in Salt Lake City through next Wednesday. In Salt Lake City, there’s a chance we beat Thursday’s 102 by a degree or two on Saturday and Sunday. We could also very well see the September temperature record drop in Logan, 97, approaching 100 this weekend!

In St. George, we will be closer to 110 and due to extreme heat in lower Washington County, an excessive heat warning will be in effect from today until Labor Day. In northeastern Nevada, heat advisories are also in place over Labor Day weekend and there is a possibility that they will be extended farther east into northern Utah.

Some places you can go to escape the heat will be high altitudes and near our lakes and reservoirs. One place that might not worry about hot temperatures is Bear Lake with highs near 90 over the weekend. If you have any outdoor plans, it’s essential to take the necessary precautions to beat this late-season heat. Take breaks, find shade, pack plenty of hydration, look before you lock your car, and limit time outdoors during the afternoon hours.

Looking for some relief, models continue to be optimistic of at least a little cooler trend by the end of next week as a system moves or at least weakens the high. Based on model trends, cooler air should start arriving by Thursday with more seasonal air entering by Friday into the weekend. Stay tuned!

Conclusion ? ! The heat wave will persist through Labor Day weekend.

Always stay ahead of the weather with Utah’s most accurate forecasts both live and online! We are There4You!

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Utah weather stays warm through September https://lindonutah.org/utah-weather-stays-warm-through-september/ Tue, 30 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://lindonutah.org/utah-weather-stays-warm-through-september/ SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Hey, Utah! August may be ending soon, but instead of seeing temperatures that are more reminiscent of September, we are heading in the opposite direction, and it will look more like July going forward. That’s thanks to a stubborn high pressure ridge that will bring mostly dry skies and higher […]]]>

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Hey, Utah! August may be ending soon, but instead of seeing temperatures that are more reminiscent of September, we are heading in the opposite direction, and it will look more like July going forward. That’s thanks to a stubborn high pressure ridge that will bring mostly dry skies and higher heat.

Over the next week, we will be close to, if not above, records statewide, including the Wasatch Front and Salt Lake City. Daytime highs will be around 3-5 degrees warmer today than yesterday for the most part, with St. George hitting around 105, Salt Lake City hitting 99, and even Cedar City and Logan will likely see highs between low and high. mid-90s. mostly sunny to partly cloudy across the state with only a few higher ground locations seeing brief pop-ups.

For the rest of the week through Labor Day weekend, record high temperatures are expected as high pressure remains in place. From Thursday to Saturday, there’s a good chance we’ll see a high of just over 100° in Salt Lake, between 101 and 103°, and if we get there, we’ll break the all-time high in Salt Lake City for the month. September since the current record is 100°. It also means we will add to the current record for most triple-digit days in a year in Salt Lake City.

Another thing to mention is that with high pressure in place our air quality probably won’t see drastic improvements resulting in moderate air quality for most places that measure, mostly for ozone , but in Salt Lake and Davis counties, Tuesday and Wednesday are expected to fall into the unhealthy category for sensitive groups, so keep that in mind! Tuesday will also be foggy due to smoke from neighboring states.

As we turn the page early next week, the high pressure will likely lose some of its strength as a trough puts a dent in the armor. This should allow temperatures to drop slightly, but being a week away it’s just something to watch for now, so stay tuned!

Conclusion ? ! A hot and mostly dry regime for late August and early September.

Always stay ahead of the weather with Utah‘s most accurate forecasts both live and online! We are There4You!

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Utah weather stays warm through September https://lindonutah.org/utah-weather-stays-warm-through-september-2/ Tue, 30 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://lindonutah.org/utah-weather-stays-warm-through-september-2/ SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Hey, Utah! August may be ending soon, but instead of seeing temperatures that are more reminiscent of September, we are heading in the opposite direction, and it will look more like July going forward. That’s thanks to a stubborn high pressure ridge that will bring mostly dry skies and higher […]]]>

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Hey, Utah! August may be ending soon, but instead of seeing temperatures that are more reminiscent of September, we are heading in the opposite direction, and it will look more like July going forward. That’s thanks to a stubborn high pressure ridge that will bring mostly dry skies and higher heat.

Over the next week, we will be close to, if not above, records statewide, including the Wasatch Front and Salt Lake City. Daytime highs will be around 3-5 degrees warmer today than yesterday for the most part, with St. George hitting around 105, Salt Lake City hitting 99, and even Cedar City and Logan will likely see highs between low and high. mid 90s. mostly sunny to partly cloudy across the state with only a few higher ground locations seeing brief pop-ups.

For the rest of the week through Labor Day weekend, record high temperatures are expected as high pressure remains in place. From Thursday to Saturday, there’s a good chance we’ll see a high of just over 100° in Salt Lake, between 101 and 103°, and if we get there, we’ll break the all-time high in Salt Lake City for the month. September since the current record is 100°. It also means we will add to the current record for most triple-digit days in a year in Salt Lake City.

Another thing to mention is that with high pressure in place our air quality probably won’t see drastic improvements resulting in moderate air quality for most places that measure, mostly for ozone , but in Salt Lake and Davis counties, Tuesday and Wednesday are expected to fall into the unhealthy category for sensitive groups, so keep that in mind! Tuesday will also be foggy due to smoke from neighboring states.

As we turn the page early next week, the high pressure will likely lose some of its strength as a trough puts a dent in the armor. This should allow temperatures to drop slightly, but being a week away it’s just something to watch for now, so stay tuned!

Conclusion ? ! A hot and mostly dry regime for late August and early September.

Always stay ahead of the weather with Utah‘s most accurate forecasts both live and online! We are There4You!

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Potentially Save Heat Throughout Utah Weather https://lindonutah.org/potentially-save-heat-throughout-utah-weather/ Mon, 29 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://lindonutah.org/potentially-save-heat-throughout-utah-weather/ SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – This week is shaping up to be two things: hot and dry! After all the monsoon weather we’ve had for the past few weeks, we had almost forgotten that we live in a desert and in the middle of a drought. All of this will come to the fore again […]]]>

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – This week is shaping up to be two things: hot and dry! After all the monsoon weather we’ve had for the past few weeks, we had almost forgotten that we live in a desert and in the middle of a drought.

All of this will come to the fore again this week as a ridge of high pressure forms across the western United States, leading to a warming and drying trend.

There will be chances for light showers thanks to the lingering humidity in the lower levels, but it should stay in the upper elevations and not have much strength to move away.

What this will leave most of the state with is scorching hot weather. It also looks like it could last longer than this week.

Northern Utah will see upper 90s in many places and the possibility of record heat on the Wasatch front. We could see a record break on Wednesday as the current record is 98, which we expect. But the rest of the week and the weekend are also showing signs of very high heat, so follow us and see if those records fall.

In the southern part of the state, we will stick to the same pattern. The start of the week already shows the national parks without flash flood warnings that have been a staple for the past two weeks. St. George will be looking at triple digits all week, to match much of the lower half of the state.

Results ? – Hot and dry statewide – all week.

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Utah Weather Forecast https://lindonutah.org/utah-weather-forecast-8/ Mon, 22 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://lindonutah.org/utah-weather-forecast-8/ SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – What a weekend we just had! We had several flash floods across most of southern and central Utah, northern Summit and Wasatch counties were flooded, and we even had a tornado sighting in St. George. After a weekend like this, we all deserve a little break. And good news, we […]]]>

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – What a weekend we just had! We had several flash floods across most of southern and central Utah, northern Summit and Wasatch counties were flooded, and we even had a tornado sighting in St. George. After a weekend like this, we all deserve a little break. And good news, we get one!

The next few days in Utah will be beautiful as the humidity will take a little break (we will still have chances of wet weather, but especially in the higher elevations) and we will finally see normal temperatures again. This will be especially great news for Utah’s National Parks which appeared to be the target of much of this weekend’s storms. Having a chance to dry off is exactly what places like Moab could really use right now.

Monday and Tuesday are expected to be very clear in the southern half of the state with triple-digit temperatures returning to their usual hangouts. On Wednesday we will start to see the return of wet weather as we will see slight chances of humidity in the afternoon and evening. This will increase over the next few days, but then decrease as we reach the weekend. Models are a bit mixed on that at the moment, so we’ll keep an eye on that and let you know in case we have another wild weekend.

The northern part of Beehive State should see clear sailing for the next three days until the moisture catches up to them on Thursday. Friday and Saturday could see thunderstorms before the chances dwindle on Sunday. But with that, we’ll see some hot days this week, with SLC getting the chance to add to its record run of over 100 degree days on Tuesday or Wednesday.

Take-out? Warmer and drier at the beginning of the work week, but some humidity appears in the middle of the week.

Always stay ahead of the weather with Utah’s most accurate forecasts both live and online! We are There4You!

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Utah Weather Forecast https://lindonutah.org/utah-weather-forecast-10/ Mon, 22 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://lindonutah.org/utah-weather-forecast-10/ SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – What a weekend we just had! We had several flash floods across most of southern and central Utah, northern Summit and Wasatch counties were flooded, and we even had a tornado sighting in St. George. After a weekend like this, we all deserve a little break. And good news, we […]]]>

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – What a weekend we just had! We had several flash floods across most of southern and central Utah, northern Summit and Wasatch counties were flooded, and we even had a tornado sighting in St. George. After a weekend like this, we all deserve a little break. And good news, we get one!

The next few days in Utah will be beautiful as the humidity will take a little break (we will still have chances of wet weather, but especially in the higher elevations) and we will finally see normal temperatures again. This will be especially great news for Utah’s National Parks which appeared to be the target of much of this weekend’s storms. Having a chance to dry off is exactly what places like Moab could really use right now.

Monday and Tuesday are expected to be very clear in the southern half of the state with triple-digit temperatures returning to their usual hangouts. On Wednesday we will start to see the return of wet weather as we will see slight chances of humidity in the afternoon and evening. This will increase over the next few days, but then decrease as we reach the weekend. Models are a bit mixed on that at the moment, so we’ll keep an eye on that and let you know in case we have another wild weekend.

The northern part of Beehive State should see clear sailing for the next three days until the moisture catches up to them on Thursday. Friday and Saturday could see thunderstorms before the chances dwindle on Sunday. But with that, we’ll see some hot days this week, with SLC getting the chance to add to its record run of over 100 degree days on Tuesday or Wednesday.

Take-out? Warmer and drier at the beginning of the work week, but some humidity appears in the middle of the week.

Always stay ahead of the weather with Utah’s most accurate forecasts both live and online! We are There4You!

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Utah Weather Forecast https://lindonutah.org/utah-weather-forecast-7/ Thu, 18 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://lindonutah.org/utah-weather-forecast-7/ SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Happy Thursday or Friday night, Utah! Today’s first half will look a lot like the last two days, but we have some changes that are about to be on the way! In southern Utah we will see more scattered showers and thunderstorms with the best chance being in southwestern Utah. […]]]>

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Happy Thursday or Friday night, Utah! Today’s first half will look a lot like the last two days, but we have some changes that are about to be on the way!

In southern Utah we will see more scattered showers and thunderstorms with the best chance being in southwestern Utah. A flood watch will come into effect this afternoon and continue through the evening for south-central Utah, the Southern Mountains and Zion National Park.

Even outside of the watch, flash flooding will remain at the very least a possibility in all of our national parks, so if you have plans outdoors, keep that in mind!

In northern Utah we will have more sun and heat. Today’s highs will be nearly identical to what we had on Wednesday, which means we’ll be back in record territory in SLC with triple-digit heat potential.

As we move from afternoon to evening, changes will be afoot. Moisture will begin to return as the high pressure moves eastward and a system approaches from the west. In the evening through overnight, a few showers will be possible in northern Utah, but by Friday we will be looking at the potential for showers and storms across the state as cooler temperatures begin to infiltrate.

Daytime highs will shift back about 10 degrees to the north and a few degrees to the south. Although not everyone will see wet weather, there will be a better than 1 in 3 chance along the Wasatch front and closer to a 2 in 3 chance for the Wasatch back.

Saturday will bring even better potential for showers and storms in northern Utah as storms remain possible in the south. As we move from Sunday into early next week, humidity levels are expected to drop across the state as temperatures rebound to near or slightly above average temperatures.

Conclusion ? ! Southern storms and northern heat for Thursday before big changes arrive Friday and Saturday.

Always stay ahead of the weather with Utah’s most accurate forecasts both live and online! We are There4You!

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Utah Weather Forecast https://lindonutah.org/utah-weather-forecast-11/ Thu, 18 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://lindonutah.org/utah-weather-forecast-11/ SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Happy Thursday or Friday night, Utah! Today’s first half will look a lot like the last two days, but we have some changes that are about to be on the way! In southern Utah we will see more scattered showers and thunderstorms with the best chance being in southwestern Utah. […]]]>

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Happy Thursday or Friday night, Utah! Today’s first half will look a lot like the last two days, but we have some changes that are about to be on the way!

In southern Utah we will see more scattered showers and thunderstorms with the best chance being in southwestern Utah. A flood watch will come into effect this afternoon and continue through the evening for south-central Utah, the Southern Mountains and Zion National Park.

Even outside of the watch, flash flooding will remain at the very least a possibility in all of our national parks, so if you have plans outdoors, keep that in mind!

In northern Utah we will have more sun and heat. Today’s highs will be nearly identical to what we had on Wednesday, which means we’ll be back in record territory in SLC with triple-digit heat potential.

As we move from afternoon to evening, changes will be afoot. Moisture will begin to return as the high pressure moves eastward and a system approaches from the west. In the evening through overnight, a few showers will be possible in northern Utah, but by Friday we will be looking at the potential for showers and storms across the state as cooler temperatures begin to infiltrate.

Daytime highs will shift back about 10 degrees to the north and a few degrees to the south. Although not everyone will see wet weather, there will be a better than 1 in 3 chance along the Wasatch front and closer to a 2 in 3 chance for the Wasatch back.

Saturday will bring even better potential for showers and storms in northern Utah as storms remain possible in the south. As we move from Sunday into early next week, humidity levels are expected to drop across the state as temperatures rebound to near or slightly above average temperatures.

Conclusion ? ! Southern storms and northern heat for Thursday before big changes arrive Friday and Saturday.

Always stay ahead of the weather with Utah’s most accurate forecasts both live and online! We are There4You!

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Utah Weather Forecast https://lindonutah.org/utah-weather-forecast-6/ Fri, 12 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://lindonutah.org/utah-weather-forecast-6/ SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Happy Friday Utah, we have come to the end of the work week! Today won’t bring much change from what we’ve seen over the past few days. That means more showers and thunderstorms scattered across Beehive State, with the best chance being in the afternoon and evening. The best chance […]]]>

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Happy Friday Utah, we have come to the end of the work week! Today won’t bring much change from what we’ve seen over the past few days.

That means more showers and thunderstorms scattered across Beehive State, with the best chance being in the afternoon and evening. The best chance of storms will be along and near the I-15 corridor, especially on higher ground. Even in the valleys there is a better chance of having a 1 in 3 chance of having storms. Storms are least likely in northwestern Utah and southeastern Utah, but as we’ve seen in recent days, isolated showers and storms will still be possible as the humidity in the monsoon is abundant over Utah.

Flood watch for southwestern Utah will also continue throughout the day, extending from the Wasatch Mountains south of I-80 into Kane and Washington counties. Even outside the watch, flash flooding will be possible as well as urban flooding and small streams, as the storms will be capable of heavy rainfall. At all national parks in southern Utah, flash flooding is more of a probability than a possibility, so make sure you have multiple ways to receive alerts if you have hikes planned.

Apart from showers and thunderstorms, the sky will be partly cloudy to partly sunny with daytime highs close to or slightly below seasonal averages. This will result in low 90s along the Wasatch Front, 80s for the Wasatch Back and Cache Valley, while Southern Utah mostly sees 80s and 90s for the highs.

We will continue with this active pattern throughout the weekend as the monsoon humidity persists. While it’s not a guarantee that you’ll see storms every day, there is at least a chance, so plan ahead just in case. Humidity levels may drop slightly in northern Utah as we turn the page early next week, but storms remain in the forecast with consistent temperatures for most of the week.

Conclusion ? ! Scattered showers and storms continue over the weekend with possible flash flooding.

Always stay ahead of the weather with Utah’s most accurate forecasts both live and online! We are There4You!

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