SALT LAKE CITY — Whether you see rain or snow Wednesday night depends on where you live in Utah.
A front moving through the state is bringing precipitation to all areas, but warmer temperatures in the Salt Lake valley means more rain than snow through the rest of the evening.
Chances for snow return later Wednesday night in the Salt Lake City area as temperatures dip back below zero.
Winter advisories in the mountains will remain in effect until 3 p.m. Thursday afternoon.
The northern mountains are expected to see an inch or two of additional snow overnight, while the central mountains could see up to four inches.
The front moved through northern Utah before moving to the central part of the state, making for dangerous driving conditions.
Mountain snow and valley rain is also in the forecast for central and eastern Utah through Wednesday.
More snow will return across the Wasatch Front on Friday and into Saturday morning.