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Tracking more sunshine

For Wednesday, we still have chances of some patchy fog and cold temps in the mid 20's. Dense fog advisory for southeast counties and I-15 from SLC. You will still have a nice sunny day and highs stay above normal by 15 to 20 degrees @47.

I'm tracking the moisture that will put 7" of rain and feet of snow into northern California starting today, as we start to get rain/snow showers Thursday and Friday and changing to snow with some accumulations into Saturday. Above 6500 ft may see 8-12" with this first February blast. Temperatures will dive back to 30's for highs.

Jeff Roper, First Alert Weather

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