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Snowfall expected above 8,000 feet into Tuesday

Jupiter Peak on Monday.
Park City Mountain
Jupiter Peak on Monday.

Snow is expected for higher elevations at the beginning of the week.

Early snow fell across Utah’s northern mountains this weekend, a harbinger of winter on its way.

Snow was forecast for higher elevations through Monday evening. Several rounds of snow showers were expected across the western Uinta mountains. A winter weather advisory is in effect for the mountains until midnight Monday.

The heaviest snow was expected from late Sunday evening until Monday morning. Four to eight inches were expected, with more snow higher in the Uintas.

The National Weather Service said areas above 8,500 feet would get the most snow, although snow may fall as low as 8,000 feet at times.

The weather may cause winter driving conditions at high elevations.

Rain is in the forecast for Park City, with possible snow showers Monday night. Overnight low temperatures will dip below freezing through Thursday.