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Overnight, the temperatures changed little aloft, but a nocturnal inversion developed with surface temperatures falling to 36F at the base of the sounding.
Thus, it appears that a stable layer persisted over the lowest elevations of the Salt Lake Valley and possibly over the Great Salt Lake. With a high relative humidity, we're dealing with a fairly obvious haze layer that shows up well in the Olympus Cove weather cam image above. Perhaps surface heating today will finally dissipate the last of the cold pool, although I suspect something will persist over the Great Salt Lake.