Weak system passed through the area over the weekend. Most of the moisture was north and east of the area, but we still saw scattered precip. A thunderstorm rolled through the SLC area early Sunday morning and dropped 1-3″ of snow in the Cottonwoods. Then more showers Sunday afternoon added another couple inches in spots. Weekend totals were generally less than 3″ with the exception of LCC which saw close to 6″ since Saturday.
This week we will continue to be mostly dry, however weak disturbances will pass to our north and give us a chance for light showers from time to time. It looks like one of these disturbances will move through on Wednesday with another one for the upcoming weekend. Again, don’t expect much more than a couple inches up high with these. But it’s something….
High pressure will begin next week. Models hinting at the possibility for a stronger system later next week, however with poor model consistency, I’m not too confident as of yet. Something to watch . . .