Don’t get too used to the warm fall weather. Another cold snap is on the way for Northern...
Don’t get too used to the warm fall weather. Another cold snap is on the way for Northern Utah, bringing a chance of snow at higher elevations with it.
Break out the umbrellas and sweaters — area temperatures are expected to be some 10 to 15 degrees below average this weekend.
Winds speeds were recorded as high as 25 mph Wednesday morning, but winds are expected to die down as the day goes on.
Because of smoke from a wildfire in South Weber and others in nearby communities, an air quality advisory is warning people in Northern Utah to limit physical exertion and stay indoors.
Hazy skies and poor air quality will last throughout the three-day Labor Day weekend in Northern Utah.
Gina White has been keeping tabs on the hurricane almost non-stop, worried about friends and family there, tapping social media to help anyway she can.
The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City is predicting cloud coverage will be minimal for Monday’s eclipse, according to NWS meteorologist Randy Graham.