This weekend, a slow-moving winter storm will impact Utah beginning Friday afternoon and lasting through Sunday night.

The entire state will see accumulating snow through Sunday, but the mountains will reach the largest amounts of snow. The northern mountains are predicted to receive one to two feet of snow, while the southern mountains are predicted to receive 10 to 20 inches. Valleys North of 1-70 are expected to receive 4 to 8 inches of snow.

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Utah Climate Center

The Utah Climate Center has released a new inversion forecast for Utah, which predicts a return to inversion conditions through the end of next week, before a cleaning period begins mid-February.

The latest climate forecast for the inversion changes the predictions for the coming inversion. Rob Gilles said this current inversion is shaping up to be a much bigger event, rather than a single instance.

"What was predicted to be a late January to early February probability of inversion is now connected to the current ridging and together form a huge event," he said. 

A cold front is a-comin' but we could enjoy some above-average temperatures while we wait for it.

Friday Forecast - 3/30

Mar 30, 2012

Warm and windy and very spring-like weather all over the state. Listen to the UCC forecast for temps and a little window into the weekend.

A tasty forecast today. It will make you hungry to go outdoors.

Clear skies then increasing clouds, wind, and possible precipitation. Listen to the forecast from the Utah Climate Center for details on how this will affect your neck of the woods.

Yesterday's little disturbance has moved on and things are warming up quite nicely across Utah. Learn more about the warming trend from our knowledgeable friends at the Utah Climate Center.

Today's forecast is an amazing extended metaphor for an intensifying trough. Translation: "It's spring! And it's beautiful!"

A weather rebound! Listen to today's forecast from the Utah Climate Center for the upbeat details.