From sun, to wind, to rain, and yes, even some snow. Utah residents were expected to see some of each before the day ended Tuesday.
While the day was expected to start off clear, the National Weather Service in Salt Lake City said a strong cold front was expected to push into the state midday just ahead of a cold storm system. That storm system was expected to bring with it rain and snow.
In northern Utah, which was free of watches or advisories, rain was expected to start before noon and continue through the evening hours. After 11 p.m., the weather service said there was a chance the rain could change to snow, but accumulations were expected to be less than an inch in the valleys. That chance of snow was expected to linger through Wednesday morning.