SALT LAKE CITY -- A Winter Storm Warning will be in place for portions of Utah from about 11 p.m Saturday until early Tuesday morning, and the storms are expected to impact commutes Monday and Tuesday.
The area outlined in pink in the map to the right are the areas included in the warning.
Snow is expected to begin falling Saturday night, though it may remain as rain or create slushy conditions in valleys and other areas of lower elevation. The snow will continue into Sunday morning but will likely taper off Sunday afternoon.
More snow is expected Sunday night and into Monday morning, the warning states. Fox 13 meteorologist Brek Bolton says valleys and benches could see 4-8 inches snow through Tuesday morning. Accumulations of 18-30 inches are possible in the mountains.
The National Weather Service states the biggest impact to commuters will be on Monday and Tuesday mornings. Drivers are urged to plan ahead for possible delays and use extra caution when driving in winter conditions.
Watch Fox 13 News at Nine Saturday for a comprehensive forecast from Brek Bolton.
Road condition information, for both current and future forecasts, are available on the Utah Department of Transportation's website.