It's a "Frozen" kind of late-week forecast for northern Utah, but if you and Princess Anna "wanna build a snowman," it will have to be in the mountains.
That's because while the Wasatch Mountains north of Interstate 80 were under a Winter Storm Warning through noon Friday, and the range's peaks and slopes south of I-80 were included in a Winter Weather Advisory into late Thursday afternoon, snowfall generally was expected to remain above 6,000 feet elevation.
In the urban valleys of northern Utah, precipitation will primarily come in the form of rain.
Higher up, though, Anna would find conditions more like Disney's fictional, icy Kingdom of Arendelle: the mountains were expected to add another 1-2 feet of new, wind-whipped snow. Gusts of up to 70 mph could make travel a wintry nightmare in the passes.