Storm headed to Utah, bringing rain and snow mixture to central, northern part of state

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A winter storm expected to hit during the day Wednesday may impact travel in Utah during the afternoon hours and is expected to stick around for three days.

Wednesday through Friday will see the stormy conditions, bringing a possibility of a large amount of snow to the Wasatch Mountains and to eastern Utah counties.

During the late morning Wednesday, showers are expected to develop in Northern Utah and across the Wasatch Front. As the day progresses, snow becomes a possibility.

In Logan, temperatures will be below freezing, bringing the possibility of snow Wednesday afternoon.

In Central Utah, there will be a chance of snow throughout Wednesday afternoon, with a chance of moisture in Cedar City.

The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City said that the larger snow will come to Utah Friday into Saturday:

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