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A cold front was expected to clear out the fog and inversion-related polluted air lingering along the Wasatch Front and Cache Valley, according to the National Weather Service.
Meteorologist Mike Seaman said the front will also bring a few inches of snow, which started falling late Saturday in some places. It could continue through the mid-morning hours Sunday, especially near Provo and Springville, he said, warning drivers to watch out for snow on the roads. About 2 inches are predicted for the valley and up to 6 in the mountains.
The mercury will stay low through the middle of the week. Sunday's high temperature is predicted at about 27 degrees. Monday's high will likely be in the low 20s, Seaman said. Temperatures are predicted to rise above freezing on Wednesday for the first time since Dec. 29, he said.