Wednesday's snowfall should help clear out the haze plaguing the valley, according to the National Weather Service.
"We're already seeing improved conditions. It looks like (the storm system) improved visibility," said Christine Kruse, a meteorologist for NWS in Salt Lake City, on Wednesday afternoon as the storm started blowing in.
The storm is expected to bring less than an inch of snow to the Top of Utah.
The high pressure and inversion will return after the last of the storm moves out today, but it will take a few days for that to happen, according to the NWS.
The rest of the week looks to be at least partly sunny with highs hovering close to 30 and lows in the teens.