Don’t put that winter jacket away just yet.
After a mild weekend of unseasonably warm temperatures and sunny skies, Monday’s temperatures barely will reach above Sunday’s lows, according to the National Weather Service.
Temperatures throughout the state Sunday rose to unusual heights — more than 10 degrees above the seasonal average — with highs in the low to mid-60s along the Wasatch Front and in the low to mid-70s across Southern Utah.
Low temperatures hovered around 40 degrees in the Salt Lake Valley.
But a cold front swooping in Monday will bring cooler air, gusts of wind and a mixed bag of precipitation, dusting the northern mountains with one to four inches of snow.
Wind gusts may hit 50 mph, forecasters said, and though some freezing rain may fall along the Wasatch Front, no accumulation is expected.
The Division of Air Quality continued rating the state’s counties at "green," or unrestricted.
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