Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News
SALT LAKE CITY — Sledders and others enjoyed the snow at Sugarhouse Park on Sunday.
Snow flurries were expected to continue throughout Sunday night and into the morning Monday in northern Utah, though little to no accumulation was anticipated, according to KSL meteorologist Dan Guthrie.
The forecast calls for cloudiness to linger over the northern half of the state to start the week, with sunshine down south. High temperatures will remain in the mid-30s, and sunshine statewide will arrive just in time for Christmas, Guthrie said.
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