A storm system that was expected to leave moisture in southwestern Utah Saturday will rotate to the northern part of the state Sunday.
William J. Alder, meteorologist in charge of the Salt Lake office of the National Weather Service, said scattered showers and thundershowers are likely Sunday along the Wasatch Front and northern mountains.Decreasing precipitation is less likely Monday, but widely scattered showers and thundershowers are forecast through Wednesday. On Thursday it will be breezy but a dry day.
In northern Utah, low temperatures Saturday and Sunday nights should be in the mid-40s with highs in the lower 60s Sunday and mid-60s Monday. It will be in the 70s in northern Utah and in the 80s the remainder of the week in Utah's Dixie, Alder said.