Snow Coming Across State, Storm Focus Moves South
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Northern Utah has seen its share of snow so far in February, but the winter weather is shifting its focus to southern and western Utah this week.
KSL Meteorologists said while Ogden saw seven to eight inches of snow from last night to this morning, it’s southern utah that will be seeing more snow accumulating the end of this week.
Snow arrives for much of Utah Wednesday night and will last into tomorrow. There’s a chance snow will affect Thursday morning commutes, especially in central and southern parts of the state.
We are expecting lower temperatures than average across the state into the weekend.
Watch Grant Weyman’s full 7-day forecast from this afternoon for more.
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