Jun 19, 2014 8:20 AM by Stephen Bowers
A cold front moved through last night, and our temperatures are noticeably cooler today than they have been so far this week. After starting with 60's and 70's yesterday, we were in the 50's with 40's in high elevations this morning.
That cold front actually brought snow to our northern mountains. Parts of Utah, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming also saw snow yesterday as that cold front moved through. Today, low pressure associated with that cold front intensifies over the Great Plains, where another elevated risk for tornadoes exists today.
With a light upslope breeze today, expect to see more clouds than we've seen so far this week. Temperatures will warm into the 70's and 80's this afternoon.
The sun is back in full force tomorrow afternoon, and we will warm tomorrow and Saturday into the 80's and 90's. Another cold front early Sunday will mean a cooler second half of the weekend. Temperatures will also cool slightly Sunday through Tuesday with afternoon showers returning to the forecast.