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Snow expected almost all week for Utah

FILE-- Brad Makoff plows during a snow storm in Big Cottonwood Canyon on Friday, March 8, 2019. Kristin Murphy | Deseret News

SALT LAKE CITY — A snowstorm is expected the Wasatch Front hit Monday morning.

“It is going to be a wintry ride,” said KSL Meteorologist Grant Weyman.

One to four inches are expected in the valleys by Monday evening. The benches should get three to six, and the mountains six to 12 inches.

The rest of the week looks cold and stormy as well. Weyman says some snow is possible Tuesday, but then there is more snow in the works for the big travel day Wednesday, then again on Thanksgiving, and the day after that.

Monday’s storm will march down from Idaho, giving Utah a two to four hour block of moderate snowfall as it moves down the I-15 corridor. There could be more snow in the central part of the state, which is a concern for people driving through that area for their Thanksgiving plans.