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Wintry weekend spurs power outages, car crashes, runs on snowblowers
Weather » Utahns cope with crashes, outages — and a run on snowblowers.


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It’s no coincidence that the store’s heating system was working.

The storm was expected to exit Utah by Sunday afternoon, with partly sunny and warmer temperatures to follow.

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Snowfall totals for 24 hours ending Saturday evening

» Alpine - 7 inches

» Alta - 19 inches

» American Fork - 5 inches

» Cedar City - 2.2 inches

» Centerville - 12.1 inches

» Heber City - 3 inches

» Layton - 7.8 inches

» Logan - 4.6 inches

» Manti - 2 inches

» Ogden - 8 inches

» Pleasant Grove - 3 inches

» Provo - 5 inches

» Salt Lake City -3 inches

» Sandy - 9.5 inches

» Snowbird - 25 inches

» Spanish Fork - 9 inches

» Tooele - 11 inches

Source: National Weather Service

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The weather service forecast a high of 32 degrees in Salt Lake City for Sunday, warming to 39 degrees Monday. Ogden was expected to have highs of 33 on Sunday and 37 on Monday.

Other temperature predictions for Sunday and Monday: 33 and 37 in Logan; 35 and 40 in Wendover; 33 and 37 in Provo; 32 and 37 in Duchesne; 40 and 45 in Moab; 50 and 57 in St. George.

— Kimball Bennion contributed to this report.

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