Drier air is moving into northern Utah this morning, as can be seen in the loop below and the precipitable water meteogram from the Salt Lake City International Airport.
|1200 UTC 31 Jul – 1200 UTC 2 Aug WV imagery and|
GFS precipitable water (contours) and 700-mb wind vectors
Precipitable Water currently sits at a bit less than 2 cm and should drop further today as drier air moves in from the west and northwest. This should yield a break in thunderstorm activity for northern Utah through Saturday. Some action will remain, however, to the south. I'd call this a monsoon break, except we never really got much action in the Salt Lake Valley with the last surge.