SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) — Happy Monday, Utah! We are starting the workweek completely differently compared to what we had this weekend weather-wise.

A storm system moving through will bring widespread valley rain and mountain snow showers today through the evening before wet weather potential drops tonight.

The best chance of wet weather will be in northern and central Utah, but even southern Utah will have a chance of seeing isolated showers. A few rumbles of thunder can’t be ruled out either! 

Snow levels today will mainly range between 6,000 to 7,500 feet, with the bulk of the accumulations expected to be above 7,000 feet. We do have winter weather advisories in place from the southern Wasatch Mountains south through the southern mountains.

These will run through 9 p.m. tonight. The southern Wasatch Mountains could see between 8 to 16 inches with locally up to 20 inches while the central and southern mountains could see 6 to 12 inches with locally up to 15 inches.

For most mountains south of I-80 it’s more likely we see five to 10 inches with locally up to 18 inches. For the Wasatch Mountains north of I-80, one to four inches will be possible with maybe up to six inches in spots.

Mountain valleys and high benches could see some minor accumulations with maybe upwards of three inches for places like Park City. Most valleys will see mainly rain. Outside of any wet weather skies will be partly sunny to mostly cloudy.

For most, highs will range in the 40s and 50s. Southern and easternmost Utah will be exceptions with a few 60s like in Moab and Lake Powell while St. George could see a high of 70. By tonight, we’ll see lows drop into the 30s and 40s for most while the chance of wet weather comes to an end outside of the high country by the overnight.

With our storm system gone, tomorrow will bring a mix of sun and clouds and a pretty quick warm up. Highs tomorrow will be about five to 10 degrees warmer than today which will be good for most to land pretty close to seasonal norms.

For the middle of the week, a weak system will clip northern Utah and could bring a few spotty showers. This system will help keep temperatures status quo from what we get tomorrow while southern Utah continues to warm.

By the end of the week, we’ll settle into a fairly quiet pattern as the warming ramps up to end the week and move into the weekend. 

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