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Utah forecast: Autumn takes a cold, snowy turn
Winter Weather, Freeze advisories » Overnight lows well below freezing statewide.
First Published Nov 04 2013 07:11 am • Last Updated Nov 04 2013 07:59 am

Joni Mitchell could have foreseen Utah’s chilly forecast as this week begins, one where "the frost perched on the town [and] the sun turns traitor cold."

The National Weather Service, in less dulcet tones, put it differently, issuing a Winter Weather Advisory for swaths of the state stretching from the western Uinta Mountains and Wasatch Plateau into the central and southern mountains.

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From Park City west to Vernal and south and west through Price, Delta, Escalante, Cedar City and St. George, forecasters warned of sub-freezing temperatures in the higher elevations and snowfall of 2-4 inches. The advisory was to expire 10 p.m. Monday.

A pocket of southeastern Utah encompassing Green River and Moab, was under a Freeze Warning into early Tuesday morning.

The Wasatch Front expected high temperatures in the upper-30s Tuesday, echoing Monday’s northern Utah forecast. Overnight lows were to dip into the upper-20s.

Southern Utah looked for highs in the mid- to upper-50s, lows in the mid-30s. Tuesday was to be dry, if cold, not repeating the afternoon rain showers forecast on Monday.

For more weather forecast information, click on this link to the Tribune’s weather page.


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