No fooling, April 1 will bring more valley rainfall and mountain snow showers for much of Utah.
The National Weather Service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for the western two-thirds of the state, warning that the departure of an easterly high pressure system late Monday would usher in the new rounds of precipitation come Tuesday.
Further, that cool and unsettled weather system will dominate Utah's weather through Wednesday at least.
The Salt Lake and Tooele valleys can look for a wet Tuesday with high temperatures in the low-50s, a mirror image of the forecast for the region Monday afternoon. South winds of 10-20 mph will add to the energy of the storms.