- Associated Press - Wednesday, November 4, 2015

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - The National Weather Service says the mountains of southern Utah could see up to four inches of snow, and the Salt Lake Valley is also getting a dusting.

Forecaster Glen Merrill said Wednesday that the snow started falling late Tuesday on the Pine Valley mountains near St. George, and the higher elevations in the central part of the state near Cedar City also got about two inches of snow.

Further north, some parts of the Salt Lake Valley are getting some snowflakes, and the western benches near West Valley City could also see accumulation.

The low pressure system will gradually taper off Thursday and Friday.

Merrill says that while the state’s higher elevations have seen some snow so far this year, there hasn’t yet been much at lower elevations so far this year.

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