Utah slated for above average precipitation; below average temps this month

UTAH — Although spring starts later this month, March is expected to bring more cold weather and precipitation to Utah.

According to a report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center, there is a 50-60% chance of above normal precipitation levels for northern Utah and southwest Wyoming this month, and a 33-60% change of below normal temperatures.  

Across southern Utah there is a 40-50% chance of above normal precipitation levels.

In line with this prediction, more snow is expected statewide over the weekend.

According to a forecast from the National Weather Service Salt Lake City, a weak storm system is expected to bring light snow to northern Utah on Friday, March 3, and a stronger system will bring snow to northern and central Utah on Sunday, March 5.

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