SALT LAKE CITY — A storm is forecast to impact northern Utah with snow overnight after a mild Christmas Day.
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The snow is expected through the northern part of the state, mainly in the mountains, early Sunday, before tapering off in the valleys and leaving behind windy conditions in northwest Utah.
Valleys should see sparse amounts of snow, if any, with little to no accumulation.
Beginning Saturday night, hazardous driving conditions are forecast for all Utah mountain areas. The National Weather Service says travel restrictions are possible in the mountains and higher passes, including Parleys and Sardine summits.
The greatest impacts on valleys will exist in Cache Valley and the Wasatch Back region.
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Drivers should expect slushy roads after the storm passes.
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