SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) — Happy Saturday, Utah! We have been treated to some gorgeous weather the last few days, but changes arrive today.

We won’t have too many changes from what we saw Friday, it will just be a fraction cooler as the high pressure begins to weaken and move out of the way. Daytime highs will run about 2-5 degrees cooler than Friday.

Heading into Sunday, the low pressure to our west will begin to move our way. We’ll see increasing clouds and our temperatures decline. By Sunday, we will see temperatures significantly cooler than what we have seen the last few days. By Monday, our next disturbance looks to be draped across the southern portion of the state. With that system, we will have some moisture with it.

We could stay unsettled through the first half of next week with a trailing system set to arrive from the northwest. Recent computer model runs have this system coming in between Tuesday and Wednesday, and it doesn’t look as impressive. However, we’ll still likely stay somewhat unsettled and cool before we begin to warm back up by next weekend. Stay tuned!

The bottom line? Cooler temperatures arrive over the weekend.

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