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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Significant storm, part 1 (15)

A significant two part storm is expected to move in Utah Thursday afternoon and continue at times through Sunday morning. The first piece of the storm will be a warm front that moves through northern Utah on Thursday afternoon/night with a bit of a break on Friday ahead of the cold front that moves through on Saturday afternoon. For the first piece of the storm through 5am Saturday plan on a general 4-8" of snow for most northern/central Utah mountains above 8,000 ft with local areas of 9-12"+. In the mountain valleys plan on a general 2-4" with local 5-7". In the Wasatch Front valleys plan on a general trace to 1/2" with local 1-2" focused benches of northern Utah county and Weber/Cache counties. Click on the below image for the WRF model forecasted snow between 5am on Thursday and 5am on Saturday.

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