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Thursday, February 9, 2017

Last storm is this series (33)

The last storm is this series is expected to move into northern Utah on Friday night then slowly move south and east through the state during the day on Saturday. Look for most of the rain/snow to end up north early in the day on Saturday, holding on until dark in the southeast. Plan on a general 8-15" (local 16-24") snow for the northern Utah mountains above 8,000 ft, 5-8" (local 9-12") for the southern Utah mountains. In the mountain valleys and some of the high desert valleys look for 2-5" of snow. For the lower Wasatch Front valleys little if any accumulation is anticipated as the rain changes to snow at the tail end of the storm, trace-2" benches. Click o the below map for the WRF model forecasted snow for this storm.

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