A chilly, breezy and snowy weekend was forecast for northern Utah.
The National Weather Service predicted that high temperatures Saturday would struggle to climb into the upper-30s, just a few degrees warmer than the overnight lows for the region. Snow in the mountains and valleys of the Wasatch Front were expected Saturday morning through the afternoon and evening.
However, southern Utahns were expecting to escape the cooling trend. Indeed, high temperatures Saturday were actually predicted to range into the mid-60s, up a few degrees from Friday's forecast.