Seeing Sunday snow? How long will it last?

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SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) – Snow showers have been on and off for the holiday weekend, but after several weak disturbances, a strong band of snow is impacting Northern Utah Sunday night.

St. George saw flakes fly Saturday night into Sunday, and Zion dealt with snow showers Sunday.

Meteorologist Alana Brophy answered Facebook Live questions on the Sunday evening snow that pushed into Salt Lake County.

Most areas will deal with about 1-3″ of snow in Northern Utah. Roads will be coated and become slick. Areas of Sandy and Murray were continuing to see heavier snow into the evening hours and could see up to 5″. 

This is one of the biggest ski weekends of the year and our mountains continue to accumulate snow.

For much of Saturday and through Sunday afternoon, light snow showers were popping up in different parts of the state. 

A “Winter Weather Advisory” is in effect for the Great Salt Lake desert and mountains and for the cities of Wendover, Tooele and Dugway until Monday at 9 a.m. These areas, including parts of Salt Lake County, can expect 1-3″ of snow with locally higher amounts.

A “Winter Storm Warning” is calling for 5-15″ in the mountains above Monticello. A Winter Storm Warning for snow means severe winter weather conditions will make travel hazardous or impossible. If you must travel, bring emergency supplies in your car. 

 For your full forecast, tune into ABC 4 news at 10 p.m. with Alana Brophy. Here’s the latest weather:


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