Clouds hang low over Salt Lake Valley as a winter storm approaches, as seen from near Ensign Peak in Salt Lake City. After a blustery Sunday, the forecast calls for 5-10 inches of snowfall in the valleys and a return to chilly temperatures to cap off the long Presidents Day weekend. According to the KSL Weather Center, the storm will move southward from northern Utah, winds will diminish and the front will bring up to 10 inches of snow to the valleys and 1 to 3 feet in the mountains Monday evening into Tuesday morning. Winter driving conditions and high temperatures in the 20s are expected Tuesday. The Utah Avalanche Center issued an advisory Sunday warning of increasing avalanche danger through Monday in all mountains of northern, central and Southern Utah.
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