It’s going to be a snowy week for Utahns.
While Sunday was expected to be a sunny day with good air quality across the state, come Monday, the latest storm system is expect to arrive.
Starting Monday night, the system is expected to drop up to 2 inches of snow in the Salt Lake Valley, the National Weather Service said.
By Tuesday morning, another 2 inches of snow was possible, the weather service said.
On Wednesday, the system is expected to clear out, leaving behind partly sunny skies.
But by Thursday, the chance of snow returns.
The Utah Department of Environmental Quality said Monday’s air quality is expected to be "yellow" or moderate across parts of northern Utah. On Tuesday, it will be "green," or good, statewide.
A moderate avalanche danger existed Sunday for all of Utah’s ranges, except the Manti Skyline range, which had a considerable risk of slides, according to the Utah Avalanche Center.
For more extensive forecast information, visit the Tribune’s weather page at sltrib.com/weather.
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