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Stormy holiday weekend; Travel could be difficult

The last storm of the year is expected to bring significant mountain snow!

Concentrations of humidity across the region over the weekend will bring widespread precipitation, making holiday travel difficult. After snow in the morning, precipitation will turn to rain in most valleys as it warms up later today. Rain will continue in the valleys this weekend, and heavy snow will continue in the mountains. It can be 1-3 feet in mountains and up to 4-5 feet in cottonwoods. The Park City area can be up to 2 feet.

The rain and snow should taper off by Monday morning, but it will get pretty cold after the storm!

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Friday: cloudy. Snow in the morning, mixed rain and snow in the afternoon. 1 inch is possible. Best: Early 40s.

Friday night: rain. Lowest: late 30s.

Saturday: rain. Best: Mid 40’s.

New Year’s Eve: rainy & cool. Temperature: Late 30’s.

New Year’s Day: Rain & Snow Turns to snow in the evening. Best: Early 40s.

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Friday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers. Highest value: around 50.

Friday night: It looks like it will rain. Lowest: late 40s.

Saturday: rain. Highest: Mid 50’s.

New Year’s Eve: rainy & cool. Temperature: around 50.

New Year’s Day: rain. Highest value: around 50.