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Weather to be mostly mild, relatively warm with storm Wednesday

Published January 30, 2012 3:00 pm

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It looks like a pretty mild week will usher in February to the Salt Lake Valley.

"There's nothing too exciting," said Steve Rogowski, forecaster for the National Weather Service.

Temperatures will hover in the mid- to low-40s for most of the week. The one exception likely will come Wednesday, when a cold front moves into the valley. Then, rain will fall in the afternoon and evening, and turn into snow Wednesday night, said Steve Rogowski, forecaster for the National Weather Service. The coldest day will be Thursday, with temperatures only reaching the upper 30s, he said. However, temperatures then bounce back into the 40s.

Normal temperatures for this time of year is 39.

smcfarland@sltrib.com

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