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Hazardous Traveling Conditions for the Midwest; Strong Pacific Storm Approaching

A storm will track across portions of the Midwest and into the western Great Lakes through Friday as a combination of a wintry mixture and rain will result in hazardous traveling conditions. A strong Pacific system will be approaching with high winds, and heavier rain and snow late Friday into the weekend with impacts spreading across much of the West. Across Hawaii, strong winds and high surf. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Thu, Dec. 8, 2022 at 10:09:00 pm MST

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Minor snowfall accumulations are expected with a quick-moving storm across northern Utah on Friday. 3-6” of snow expected for the northern mountains.
A winter storm will bring significant accumulating snow to the mountains, especially across the southern mountains. Snow will begin late Saturday and continue through Tuesday morning. Snow will gradually diminish Tuesday afternoon. The highest snow accumulations are expected near the Tushars and near Brian Head.
A quick-moving storm will bring snow showers to northern Utah Friday PM. The next storm will be much slower moving, impacting much of Utah and southwest Wyoming Saturday-Tuesday. Valley rain is expected to transition to valley snow Sunday night.


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