After the Super Bowl – prepare for a possible super storm – Cache Valley Daily

CACHE VALLEY — What goes better with a Super Bowl party than a Super Sunday night snowstorm beginning late Sunday evening and spreading from north to south across Utah?  It does appear that the bulk of the snow will wait til long after the party is over.

A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for much of Utah and extreme southwest Wyoming from 10p.m. Sunday to 10p.m. Monday. Temperatures on Monday are expected to be at least 20 degrees colder than Sunday’s high temperatures. Valley snow will gradually end Monday evening, although lingering mountain snow may continue through late Monday night.

The Salt Lake office of the National Weather said their forecast confidence is High for accumulating snow in the valleys and mountain and for significant impacts for the Monday morning commute, with Medium to High confidence of more than six inches of snow in the valleys of northern and central Utah. Travelers can expect winter driving conditions and difficult travel across both valley and mountain roads through Monday.  Another snow storm will affect the area beginning on Wednesday.

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