WEATHER WARN: Incoming snow storm will hit Southern Utah hardest


    Storms sweeping into Utah on Wednesday night mark the beginning of another Weather Warn period, with particular focus on Southern Utah. (Photo: KUTV)

    (KUTV) — Storms sweeping into Utah on Wednesday night mark the beginning of another Weather Warn period, with particular focus on Southern Utah.

    Typically sunny St. George will likely see one to four inches of snow over the next few days. Snow showers were possible from Provo southward throughout the night on Wednesday, 2News meteorologists predicted.

    Five to 10 inches of snow was predicted to fall in Utah's south central valleys, with one to two feet in the mountains.

    Southeast Utah could see between six inches and one foot of snow.

    Snowfall will likely be intermittent in these areas throughout Wednesday night and through the day on Thursday, 2News meteorologists predict.

    "The snow showers really don't taper off until Friday afternoon and evening," they say.

    Snow fell throughout the day in areas north of the Salt Lake Valley, bringing smiles to the faces of skiers at Snowbasin Resort on Wednesday.

    The latest weather information can be found here or by downloading the 2News Weather App.

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