The wet weather will not be done with northern Utah until around midday Monday.
A chance of rain, potentially mixed with snow, persists in the northern valleys through Sunday and is not expected to clear out until the following morning, according to the National Weather Service in Salt Lake City. The northern mountains could also see 6-10 inches of accumulating powder through Monday afternoon, while the central mountains might see 1-6 inches, the weather service adds.
The winter weather advisory is in effect through midday Monday, so drivers can expect winter driving conditions along all mountain passes across northern Utah.
Though the skies should clear, the high temperatures along the Wasatch Front will remain close to 50 on Monday before sinking close to 30 at night. Meteorologists caution that several valleys may see a hard freeze late Monday night through early Tuesday morning.
People around St. George, meanwhile, can expect a high of 70 on Monday and a low of 43, according to the weather service.
For more detailed weather information, visit The Salt Lake Tribune weather page at www.sltrib.com/weather.
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