SALT LAKE CITY — A slow moving storm will bring widespread rain and snow later today and tomorrow to south and central Utah.
Wet weather will likely make for dangerous conditions during the Thursday commute home. Conditions are expected to be worse Friday morning, with the benches and canyons getting slushy.
The rain will most likely turn to snow later in the evening and bring accumulations into the valleys overnight into Friday morning. The steadiest and heaviest valley snow overnight will be near Tooele/Salt Lake, eastern Uinta Basin, Price/Helper area, Interstate 15 south of the Interstate 70 Junction to Cedar City, and US-191 near Blanding/Monticello.
Precipitation will gradually diminish on Friday as high pressure is expected to bring much warmer, dry weather this weekend.