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From the Utah Avalanch Web site,,, For those heading there in the next few days, wear lots of sunscreen.
Forest Service Utah Avalanche Center/ National Weather Service

Wasatch Cache National Forest

In partnership with:The Friends of the Utah Avalanche Center, Utah Department of Public Safety Division of Comprehensive Emergency Management, Salt Lake County, and Utah State Parks

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Northern Utah Mountain Weather Forecast

Monday, March 07, 2005 12:30 pm


Overall picture has ridge overhead with a couple weak systems sliding downstream, passing us to the northeast, the first tonight, with another following for early Thursday. Expect warm and windy conditions for the next couple days. Ridgetop temps will be just below freezing tonight, cooling to the mid-twenties tomorrow. The north to northwesterly winds will be in the 30-35mph range for the next 36 hours or so.

Extended forecast:

Longer range models suggesting a cold, dry trof dropping down over us by late next weekend.