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Sunday, November 8, 2015

Smallish storm (3)

Plan on mainly lower valley rain and mountain snow to move through Utah from northwest to southeast starting on Monday afternoon in northern Utah, most rain /snow showers pushing out of southeastern Utah by Tuesday evening. Most areas look mainly dry by the second half of Tuesday night except south of the Great Salt Lake where lake effect snow showers are expected to kick in ending by mid morning on Wednesday. In general look for 2-6" for most Utah mountain areas (7-11" Oquirrh Mtns)  above 7,000 ft with this storm, local 1-3" valley snow from lake effect in the Tooele Valley and western Salt Lake Valley. Click on the below image for the WRF model forecasted snow for this storm.

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