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7 Day Fort Bridger WY USA Weather Tomorrow and Today 7.21.2022 and 7.20.2022
SunnyHigh: 85 °F
Mostly ClearLow: 58 °F
Mostly SunnyHigh: 87 °F
Mostly ClearLow: 58 °F
Slight ChanceShowers thenSlight ChanceT-stormsHigh: 88 °F
Partly CloudyLow: 56 °F
Slight ChanceShowersHigh: 86 °F
Partly CloudyLow: 55 °F
Slight ChanceShowers thenSlight ChanceT-stormsHigh: 85 °F
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TodaySunny, with a high near 85. Southwest wind 7 to 14 mph becoming northwest in the morning. TonightMostly clear, with a low around 58. West northwest wind 7 to 14 mph becoming southwest after midnight. ThursdayMostly sunny, with a high near 87. Southwest wind 6 to 15 mph becoming northwest in the morning. Thursday NightMostly clear, with a low around 58. West northwest wind 7 to 13 mph becoming south southwest after midnight. FridayA slight chance of showers, with thunderstorms also possible after noon. Mostly sunny, with a high near 88. West wind 6 to 11 mph increasing to 15 to 20 mph in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 31 mph. Chance of precipitation is 20%.Friday NightPartly cloudy, with a low around 56.SaturdayA 20 percent chance of showers. Mostly sunny, with a high near 86.Saturday NightPartly cloudy, with a low around 55.SundayA slight chance of showers, with thunderstorms also possible after noon. Mostly sunny, with a high near 85.Sunday NightPartly cloudy, with a low around 55.MondayA slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly sunny, with a high near 84.Monday NightMostly clear, with a low around 54.TuesdayMostly sunny, with a high near 85.
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FXUS65 KSLC 201012
Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Salt Lake City UT
412 AM MDT Wed Jul 20 2022
.SYNOPSIS…A drying trend is expected through late week with
shower and thunderstorm chances becoming more confined to the
terrain. Temperatures will remain above normal through the period
with Friday expected to be the hottest day. Another monsoonal
surge may be on the horizon for late in the weekend.
.SHORT TERM (Through 12Z/6AM Friday)…Ensembles and deterministic
solutions are in good agreement in their depictions of holding a
ridge of high pressure firmly in place across Arizona through the
period. Meanwhile, a pair of troughs will approach the PacNW and
Northern California coast Thursday into Thursday night. This flow
alignment is not favorable for advecting monsoonal moisture into
the area. Instead, lingering moisture from the last monsoonal
moisture surge will continue to diminish through the period as
PWATs return to near seasonal normals by Friday morning. This
lingering moisture will, however, be enough to support additional
afternoon and evening shower and thunderstorm activity today and
Thursday. Due to the absence of large-scale forcing, activity
will be largely tied to terrain. CAMs due indicate some cells
being able to survive the trek off of terrain where shear/cold
pool balance is briefly achieved. Like the past couple of days,
dry sub-cloud layers and high DCAPE will support microbursts/gusty
thunderstorm outflow winds. A couple of heavier cores remain
possible, along with an attendant isolated heavy rainfall threat.
A similar depiction is shown for Thursday, albeit with slightly
less in the way of areal coverage.
A consequence of the presence of the ridge will be steadily
warming temperatures through Friday. Have thus upgraded the
inherited Excessive Heat Watch to an Excessive Heat Warning for
the southern row of zones bordering Arizona from Thursday
afternoon into Friday evening. NBM temperature distribution at St.
George is 109-112F (25th-75th percentile) for Friday`s highs, with
the low temperature distribution ranging from 78-86F Friday
morning. More than 50% of the ensemble solution space suggets
MinTs Thursday night/Friday morning will remain at least 80F; a
warm night indeed. The record warmest overnight low for the date
is 84F in St. George, with a 42% probability of this record being
tied, per the NBM 4.0.
.LONG TERM (After 12Z/6AM Friday)…In general, expecting high
pressure to continue to dominate throughout the long term, with some
variations in the pattern throughout. Temperatures will continue to
run well above seasonal normals, making near daily runs at/above
100F in the Salt Lake Valley and Wasatch Front, and afternoon
showers and thunderstorms will continue, limited to initiation along
elevated heat sources/high terrain through Saturday, and increasing
in extent through southern and central Utah beginning Sunday and
The feature to watch will be a trough expected to come onshore along
the PacNW coast and lift out through northern Montana/southern
Alberta. While this is not expected to directly influence sensible
weather in our forecast area outside of a scant few degrees of
cooling in the mid-levels, it will displace the ridge eastward while
flattening it, shifting the flow from southerly to westerly
overhead. This will lead to a minimum in daily convective activity
as the monsoonal moisture tap is briefly shut off. Generally,
ensembles support this and keep the majority of the area dry through
Early next week, the ridge will begin to rebuild behind the
departing trough, and its forecast position looks favorable for
increased moisture to pair with mid-level instability and broad
synoptic scale convergence on Monday and perhaps Tuesday as well.
This could lead to an active and perhaps impactful two days of
weather, especially for southern Utah, mainly in regards to flash
flood potential rather than severe storms at this time.
A dominant portion of the ensembles are shown in the cluster
analysis supporting a highly amplified ridge developing by mid next
week, though given the distant forecast time remain cautious buying
into this scenario. Notably, the strong southerly push of very warm
air coupled with easterly displacement in the best moisture
advection could lead to extremely warm temperatures across the state
and perhaps a longer duration pause in monsoonal moisture advection.
.AVIATION…KSLC…Light and variable winds this morning should
redevelop into a stronger drainage flow before sunrise. Decreased
cloud cover and generally weaker mid-level winds should allow for a
typical mid-day onset of the northwesterly lake breeze,
transitioning back to southwest flow this evening. Convective
potential is lower than previous days and is not expected to produce
any storms of impact to the area, though fair-weather cumulus
development can be expected over the high terrain.
.REST OF UTAH AND SOUTHWEST WYOMING…The potential for isolated
thunderstorms that may produce gusty winds in their vicinity exists
across far western and southern Utah today. Otherwise, generally
expecting increasing mid-level cloud cover throughout the day for
central and southern Utah, especially along the terrain, and
possible showers developing over the Uintas in the early evening,
moving into southwest Wyoming. Overall, VFR conditions will prevail
across the area with light winds outside of showers/thunderstorms.
.FIRE WEATHER…A ridge of high pressure will become centered over
Arizona today and remain in place here through Friday. A
corresponding ridge axis will extend northward across the eastern
Great Basin. This will promote gradual warming and drying through
Friday, although enough moisture will linger to promote daily,
isolated mixed wet and dry thunderstorm activity. Shower and
thunderstorm initiation will be favored over the typical high
terrain areas from the southern mountains northeast into the
Uintas. While most activity will struggle to move off of the
terrain, a couple of rouge storms may occasionally drift into
adjacent valleys. Gusty outflow winds and lightning will be the
main threats through Friday/Saturday, although a localized heavy
rainfall threat will remain.
Temperatures will continue to warm through Friday, with
temperatures peaking by this time. High temperatures Friday are
expected to rise to 5 to 15 degrees above seasonal normals for late
July. Both daytime and overnight humidities will trend downward
through Friday as well. Temperatures will cool just a couple of
degrees from the weekend into early next week, with the extent of
cooling ultimately determined by just how much moisture oozes
back into southern Utah.
A trough is expected to slide northeastward near the Utah/Idaho
border Friday and Saturday. This trough will cause a modest increase
in southwest to westerly winds across the area. While widespread
critical fire weather conditions due to wind an RH are not currently
anticipated, localized pockets of critical fire weather conditions
are possible, mainly across northern Utah and the west deserts both
Friday and Saturday as gusts in the 15-25 mph range will develop.
A monsoonal moisture surge is expected to return to southern Utah
around Sunday and continue into early next week. Latest indications
suggest the northern extent of the surge will largely remain limited
to southern Utah while northern Utah remains beneath dry westerly flow.
This will be forced by the above-mentioned high pressure ridge building
northwestward into the Great Basin.
UT…Excessive Heat Warning from noon Thursday to 9 PM MDT Friday for
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