A major change in Utah's temperatures is taking place, but one forecaster isn't predicting any problems with commutes this week.
Eric Schoening, a forecaster with the National Weather Service in Salt Lake City, said snow expected Monday night and early this morning was predicted only for the mountains, with some snow mixed with rain in the valleys.
"We're not currently expecting any major road issues down in the valleys," he said.
Likewise, as of Monday night, he said he wasn't expecting much snow in the valleys Wednesday and Thursday.
But he said that opinion could change if conditions become right for lake-effect snow later in the week.
"Snow could impact the commute, but that (likelihood) is not very high at the moment," Schoening said.
He said a large storm system with a cold front associated with it was coming in from the Pacific Ocean.
He said temperatures will drop 20 degrees in the Top of Utah today, with an expected high of 48 degrees, compared to Monday's high of 68 degrees.
He expected highs Wednesday and Thursday to be 46 degrees and 42 degrees, respectively.
"We'll have temperatures freezing or below Wednesday, Thursday and Friday night," he said.
"We have quite the change coming for Utah."