How to explain Utah's weather? Think "Chinatown." Jack Nicholson is the forecaster, Faye Dunaway a confused Mother Nature.
"It's spring." Slap. "It's winter. . . ." Slap. "It's spring." Slap, slap, slap. "It's spring AND it's winter!"
Friday's forecast for the Wasatch Front — after a week that has alternately given warming sunshine and wind, rain, hail and snow — is an irresolute compromise: overnight lows just above freezing, followed by highs in the 50s under partly cloudy skies.
That's a slight improvement from Thursday's forecast of cloudy weather with highs in the upper-40s to low-50s, though afternoon and evening showers are possible both days.