One more day of mild, bluebird conditions up in the mountains and smog in the valley before the next storm system pushes into the region. Between Thursday and Monday 3 systems will cross through the region as shown in the animation below from the GFS.
Storm #1 will skirt through southern Utah Thursday morning through Thursday night. It looks like northern Utah will miss the brunt of this storm. Totals should range from 6-12″ in northern and central Utah to 12-20″ in southern Utah down by Brian Head and Eagle Point.
Storm #2 will enter the region Saturday morning and it too appears to track through southern Utah and northern AZ/NM.
Storm #3 has the potential to be much stronger than the two before it. It’ll impact Utah on Monday. Keep an eye on this one – the NAEFS shows the potential for a significant system.