Don't put your heavy coats away just yet. Old Man Winter may just have a little bite left after all.
The National Weather Service is predicting an inch of snow in the Salt Lake valley by Tuesday morning and 3 to 5 inches in the mountains.A storm front poised over Nevada should make its way into Utah Monday evening, dropping temperatures by some 20 degrees. A high temperature of 40 degrees is predicted for Tuesday, while overnight lows will be in the mid 30s.
Temperatures on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday should be warmer - just in time for another storm front on Saturday.
"March is like that," said Bill Alder, chief meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Salt Lake. "Everybody likes the upper temperatures, but March always has a lot of the lower ones, too. March just doesn't give you everything you want."
The storm front comes on the heels of three days of record high temperatures. And on Sunday, the Wasatch Front came within one degree of tying a record high.