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Not going to be able to do a post on Thursday AM, so will have to do a quick one tonight.
Our storm is still bringing a few remnant showers to the region and we could see a few inches overnight in places. Tomorrow, we'll see the storm focus most of its energy on Southern and Central Utah. However, some models have been lifting the precipitation far enough north that the Cottonwoods and PC could get in on some of the action. There is certainly the possibility that we could see some additional accumulation in the Wasatch tomorrow.
For southern Utah, they should see 5-10" Thursday and Thursday night for a bit of powder.
Plenty of leftover powder on Thursday with chances for some additional snow... not too shabby.
Evan | OpenSnow
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