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More snow arrives near Great Salt Lake
Salt Lake County could see more snow into Tuesday morning, thanks to the lake effect.
Following a storm earlier Monday, the effect created additional snow — primarily southeast of the Great Salt Lake — late Monday night. The snow was expected to taper off by about 10 p.m., but it's possible that the effect could generate more of the white stuff in the same areas through the overnight hours and into the morning, said Monica Traphagan, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Salt Lake City.
If so, people in Davis County down through central Salt Lake County might see up to an inch or two of powder, Traphagan said.
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.