The annual overdose of sugary sweet Christmas music is upon us. So why is Utah's weather looking like anything but winterlike? Will Santa have to replace the runners on his sleigh with all-weather radials?
Well, relax. While Saturday's forecast is for a downright breezy, yet balmy 60 degrees along the Wasatch Front and highs in the mid-60s in southern Utah, a Pacific cold front will move into the region Sunday night. By Monday, northern Utahns can expect highs to dip into the 40s, with rain and snow in the valleys and mountains, respectively.
Rain will be less pronounced in southern Utah, and high temperatures are expected to continue to hover in the mid-60s well into early next week.