Storm to bring snow to northern and central Utah. See when and how much.

This weather system will be more substantial than Saturday’s storm.

(Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Trudi Madison shovels her sidewalks in South Ogden, Nov. 2, 2022. A big storm is forecast for early this week.

A snowmaker of a storm is in the forecast for parts of northern and central Utah, according to the National Weather Service.

The winter storm is expected to blow in Monday, with snow beginning early in the day and continuing through Tuesday afternoon. Northern and central valleys will receive 1 to 4 inches of snow, according to the weather service, with about 4 to 8 inches falling on the valley benches and Wasatch Back.

The northern mountains are forecast to get 6 inches to a foot of snow, the central mountains 4 to 8 inches and the southern mountains 1 to 4 inches.

(National Weather Service) A snowstorm is expected to hit Utah on Monday.

In Salt Lake City, Sunday will be partly sunny, with a high around 40 degrees. On Monday, the high will be about 35, with a chilly low of 22 that night. On Tuesday, temperatures will fall to a high of 28 degrees and a nippier low of 14 that night.

In the St. George area, the forecast is dry, sunny and cool, with highs in the 40s and 50s.

Monday’s storm will come two days after Saturday’s weaker storm brought a couple of inches of snow to the mountains and a dusting in the valleys.

Several earlier-than-expected storms have allowed some of Utah’s ski resorts to open earlier than planned.