High pressure will build over the area for Tuesday morning producing clear skies and light winds.
A break in any rain chances moves in late in the evening on Friday, before some scattered showers move in during the overnight hours.
Subsequently, the weatherman says the strong wind warning remains in force for all land areas of Fiji and waters of Fiji and Rotuma.
Up to half an inch of rain could fall before the dark clouds go away late Monday, said Weather Service meteorologist Brian Mejia. Highs will reach the low to mid 50s in the west and the mid 40s to low 50s in central Kansas.
Temperatures in the Salt Lake and Tooele valleys were expected to range from highs near 50 to lows in the lower 30s on Thursday.
While Sunday won't be a washout, there will be periods of showers and highs may not make it much above 40.
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The increasing moisture being pumped in off the Gulf will also mean a few passing showers, but the threat of severe weather will likely hold off until after midnight into early Saturday morning. We will have to keep an eye out for the potential of some slick roads during the Saturday night into Sunday morning period. Sunday will feature some rain changing over to snow.
Sunday looks to be breezy with a slight chance of freezing rain in the morning and a high in the upper 30s.
SATURDAY NIGHT DETAILS: Expect partly to mostly cloudy skies and the risk for a stray shower will be minimal, around 10-20%. For us, we get in on the heavy rain and storm action this weekend. Damaging wind gusts with an isolated tornado is also possible, let alone some hail.
Along with the chance for heavy precipitation, we'll see powerful winds as well this weekend with northeast winds gusting to 40 miles per hour on Saturday and up to 35 miles per hour out of the north on Sunday.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 60. Highs in the low 80s!