A powerful cold front will continue to meander across the state through Tuesday. However, the bulk of precipitation will not align with the coldest part of the air mass for northern valleys. That means just an occasional shower of rain, and perhaps a snow shower, along the Wasatch Front and points north and west Tuesday into Wednesday outside of minor lake enhanced precipitation. The heaviest of snow will likely extend from the Wasatch Plateau to the Uintas with double digit accumulation likely. The Wasatch just south of I-80 can expect 6-12" through Wednesday, while half that amount is expected north of I-80. Recent gusty winds will also be lessened. Drier, and more tranquil weather will then return in time for Halloween, but it will be chilly. This weekend will start off mild before another cold front arrives later in the weekend.
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