Pedestrians in downtown Salt Lake City cope with wintry weather that made a brief comeback Monday morning after a storm that dumped snow on the mountains swung around, slopping a few inches in the valleys. The upper Avenues received up to 6 inches, said William J. Alder, meteorologist at the National Weather Service's Salt Lake Forecast Center. "We had snow from about Ogden, Cache Valley, down to Utah County," he said. In Utah County, Highland received 10 inches and Alpine 9. Most of the valley snow should melt by Monday afternoon, but another front will move in about midweek, and expect precipitation conference weekend.