SALT LAKE CITY - Parts of Utah are under a winter weather advisory through Tuesday morning.
The warm front is expected to give way to a cold front and a snowstorm overnight into Tuesday.
Fox 13 Meteorologist Allison Croghan said a cold front should arrive on the heels of that warm front sometime Monday evening with snow reaching the Wasatch Front during the evening commute.
Snow is expected to continue overnight into Tuesday afternoon.
Northern valleys could see between 2 and 4 inches of snow over the course of those 48 hours, while mountainous areas will see between 4 and 8 inches.
Portions of far northern Utah will be under a winter weather advisory starting at midnight Sunday night through Tuesday morning.
The advisory affects mountains and valleys north of I-80 as well as Cache Valley and the I-15 corridor from Ogden northward.
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