Northern Utahns awoke to light, cold rain in the valleys and, in some locales, snowfall on Friday as a winter-like storm system settled over the Wasatch Front.
The National Weather Service predicted even cooler temperatures and more precipitation going into the weekend.
A Winter Storm Warning was in place for northeastern Utah's Uinta Mountains as Friday dawned with snowfall of up to a foot expected by early afternoon.
Southeastern Utah, from Green River south to Bluff, was under a Freeze Warning beginning 9 p.m. Friday and extending to 9 a.m. Saturday.
Two large pockets of central Utah — from Delta west to the Nevada border and Price south to the Capitol Reef and Hanksville areas — were included in a Hard Freeze Watch in effect from 11 p.m. Friday to 9 a.m. Saturday.