Snow and mixed precipitation back in the forecast through Thursday afternoon
PARK CITY, Utah — Snow and mixed precipitation is coming back to Utah after days of warmer Spring weather.
Precipitation is not expected to reach the area until early on Thursday. The Utah Department of Transportation forecasted a road weather alert starting at 1 a.m. through 11 a.m. on Thursday. Snowfall could reach a rate of 1 inch per hour at its peak in places. Temperatures will warm back up by midday.
Not ready for warm weather yet? A cold front moving through beginning tonight will result in temperatures up to 10°F below normal for this time of year by Thursday. Some gusty winds and generally light precipitation will accompany the front. Here's what you can expect. #utwx pic.twitter.com/Qe1o5Xo2a6
— NWS Salt Lake City (@NWSSaltLakeCity) April 12, 2023
Park City is forecasted to have freezing temperatures in the morning before reaching a high of 41 degrees. Depending on elevation with regard to the type of precipitation, I-15 from Brigham City to the Border, I-80 from Parleys Canyon to Wanship, US-89 from I-80 junction to Mayflower Summit, and both roadways in the Cottonwoods are listed as areas of concern for winter weather travel conditions.
Road Weather Alert: a strong cold front will bring snow back to N UT Thursday AM. Areas of road snow/slush will bring minor impacts to the AM commute. For more info, visit: https://t.co/4P1gO2c9Uo #utwx #utsnow @UtahTrucking pic.twitter.com/wPV4UsIyTc
— UDOT Traffic (@UDOTTRAFFIC) April 12, 2023