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***Significant Mountain Snowfall Today through Saturday Night*** Moisture will increase ahead of a strong low pressure system currently off the Southern California Coast that will move into the Desert Southwest today and track near the Four Corners by Saturday morning. This storm system will bring significant mountain snowfall and a valley rain/snow mix. The potential exist for 8-16 inches of snow in the mountains (up to 20 inches for favored locations in the southern/central mountains), 6-12 inches over the northeast Utah mountains and 4-8 inches over the Park Range. 2-4 inches is expected over northwest and southwest Colorado valleys, as well as the Gunnison basin and I-70 corridor from Glenwood to Avon, and a trace-3 inches for other valley locations. Snow will diminish on Saturday night as the low moves on to the Plains. Please refer to www.weather.gov/gjt for the latest on this approaching winter storm.   (Please visit http://weather.gov/gjt for more informatio! n.)

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***Significant Mountain Snowfall Today through Saturday Night*** Moisture will increase ahead of a strong low pressure system currently off the Southern California Coast that will move into the Desert Southwest today and track near the Four Corners by Saturday morning. This storm system will bring significant mountain snowfall and a valley rain/snow mix. The potential exist for 8-16 inches of snow in the mountains (up to 20 inches for favored locations in the southern/central mountains), 6-12 inches over the northeast Utah mountains and 4-8 inches over the Park Range. 2-4 inches is expected over northwest and southwest Colorado valleys, as well as the Gunnison basin and I-70 corridor from Glenwood to Avon, and a trace-3 inches for other valley locations. Snow will diminish on Saturday night as the low moves on to the Plains. Please refer to www.weather.gov/gjt for the latest on this approaching winter storm. (Please visit http://weather.gov/gjt for more informatio! n.)

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