SALT LAKE CITY — Strong winds gusting up to 60 mph in parts of the state Saturday may increase fire danger until a storm bringing rain and even snow moves in on Sunday.

"The winds will be a real event most of the day," KSL meteorologist Grant Weyman said, especially in the afternoon. 

Most of the state can expect winds of between 20 and 40 mph, he said, but there's the potential for gusts hitting 50-60 mph in isolated parts of the state, particularly the western desert.

Weyman said the cold weather moving in Sunday morning may result in snow on the valley floor along with rain through much of the state. But, he said, any snow is not expected to accumulate.

— Lisa Riley Roche

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