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Scattered snow showers Friday night and Saturday AM

1 22 2021 zx

A storm moving through Utah and Nevada will continue to push in snow and rain showers. Most of the wet weather moves through Utah, with some snow working into the Snake River Plain. We could also see heavier snow showers for Oneida, Franklin and Bear Lake Counties late Friday into Saturday.

Tonight, areas of freezing fog with a slight chance of snow from that fog. Scattered snow showers, mostly in the SE Idaho highlands. Low temperature around 20° for the Snake River Plain.

Saturday, areas of freezing fog in the morning. Mostly cloudy throughout the day with a slight chance of snow. A high near 30°, with north wind 5 to 10 mph.

Sunday, partly to mostly cloudy with areas of freezing fog, a slight chance of snow from that fog, with highs into the mid 20's.


  • WHAT…Snow expected. For the Bear Lake Valley, total snow
    accumulations of 3 to 5 inches. For the Bear River Range, total
    snow accumulation will amount to 4 to 9 inches. The heaviest
    snowfall will occur from midnight to 5 AM Saturday morning.
  • WHERE…The Bear Lake Valley including Border and Geneva
    Summits, U S Routes 89 and 30, and State Route 36. More heavily
    affected is the Bear River Range and State Route 36 over
    Emigrant Gap.
  • WHEN…From 5 PM this afternoon to 5 PM MST Saturday.
  • IMPACTS…Winter driving conditions with reduced visibility
    creating difficult to hazardous travel conditions in the Bear
    Lake basin.
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