Salt Lake City will be unseasonably warm on Valentine’s Day, but will the inversion end?

Salt Lake City will be unseasonably warm on Valentine's Day, but will the inversion end?

Salt Lake City will be unseasonably warm on Valentine’s Day, but will the inversion end?


According to the National Weather Service, February 14 felt more like March 14.

(Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) Haze fills the Salt Lake Valley on Thursday, August 13, 2020. Forecasts call for haze in Utah’s northern valleys until at least Valentine’s Day 2022.

| February 9, 2022 at 3:41 pm

| Updated: 9:40pm

Valentine’s Day will be unusually warm in Salt Lake City, but the inversion in northern Utah will last at least until then, according to the National Weather Service.

A ridge of high pressure near the West Coast — “record strong” for this time of year — continues to dominate Utah’s weather, sending smoke clearing storms in the northern Hive state, according to the Weather Bureau.

According to the Utah Department of Air Quality, the air quality in the northern Utah Valley is little changed in the coming days, with Salt Lake City, Cutch, Davis, Tooele, Utah and Webb/Box Elder The county’s air quality forecast is yellow/moderate.

There is a small chance of a “short and dry backdoor cold front” arriving in northeastern Utah for a “brief period” on Friday and Saturday, which could weaken the inversion but not destroy it.

The next chance for a change is Monday night to Tuesday, when there is a “slight chance” of snow. But this is only temporary.According to the National Weather Service, its models “imply that [the] After this system, the mighty ridge returns. “

Temperatures will be slightly warmer than usual by Saturday – a high of 46-48 degrees on Saturday, 3-4 degrees above normal. It will be much warmer than usual on Sunday (51 degrees – 7 degrees above normal) and Valentine’s Day (55 degrees – 11 degrees above normal).

Salt Lake City’s forecast high for February 14 is the average high for March 14.

Expect overnight lows in the 20s to 30s.

Despite the smog and haze plaguing the valleys of northern Utah, southern Utah will also be warmer than usual this time of year.

In St. George, highs in the upper-mid 60s and lows in the upper-mid 40s are expected by Monday. Normal highs are 58-59 degrees and normal lows are 38-39 degrees.

Dear friends, I made a serious mistake last night and I am truly sorry. The illustration I’m trying to use is about…

Posted by Brad R. Wilcox on Mon, Feb 7, 2022

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We are deeply concerned about Dr. Brad Wilcox’s recent vocabulary. We thank him for his sincere apology and believe he is committed to learning from this experience. Brigham Young University remains committed to upholding President Nelson’s efforts to root out racism in our institution. 1/2

— BYU (@BYU) February 8, 2022

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