After the warmest November on record in terms of average temperature, snow is moving into Utah on Sunday.

The temperature will drop Saturday evening and overnight, and it may rain in Salt Lake City and Tooele Sunday morning, according to the National Weather Service.

Most of northern and central Utah will get snow Sunday afternoon, with the heaviest snow falling Sunday evening and into Monday morning as the temperatures drops to 30 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.

The chance for snow to continue into Monday afternoon is slight, according to the National Weather Service, and skies should clear up by Tuesday.

Southern Utah is forecast to get increasingly strong winds as Sunday progresses. The temperature is expected to peak at 60 degrees on Sunday, with winds potentially blowing 30 mph in the afternoon.

The temperature will take a nosedive in the evening, and Southern Utah may see lows around 20 degrees.

Some areas of Southern Utah — Bryce Canyon, Loa, Panguitch — have a chance of getting snowed on Sunday evening.