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Friday, February 27, 2015

Second of three storms. (20)

The second of the three storms moves into Utah on Friday night and is anticipated to continue through Monday night with most of the rain/snow staying in central/southern Utah, third storm on Tuesday not looking as promising as yesterday. Plan on a general 2-6" (local 7-10") for the central/southern valleys above 4,500 ft with 8-18" (local 18-24") for the mountains above 8,000 ft. In northern Utah look for tr-1" valley snow mainly for areas south of the point of the mountain, a general 4-10" for the Wasatch mountains south of I-80 and the Uinta's. Click on the map below is the WRF model forecasted snow between 5pm Friday and 5pm Monday.

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