Enjoy (or hate) the snow while it lasts.
By afternoon the rain and snow will have ended in Salt Lake Valley and the forecast calls for sunny skies by Sunday.
Most Wasatch Front areas received around a half inch of precipitation, while bench areas got closer to an inch. A couple of reporting stations in Cache County — Mendon and Wellsville — topped 1.3 inches, according to the National Weather Service.
Ski resorts reported new accumulations of up to 11 inches in the last 24 hours at Brighton and Snowbird. Alta and Snowbasin reported 9 new inches in 24 hours. Park City reported 5 inches.
The National Weather Service said there was a potential for lake-effect snow showers this afternoon southeast of the Great Salt Lake, but the probability is low.
Sunny skies are in the forecast Sunday and Monday with partly cloudy skies Tuesday and a chance of snow and rain showers through the rest of the week.
Daytime high temperatures will remain in the low 40s with overnight lows in the mid to low 20s, climbing into the 30s later in the week.