Dreams of a white Utah Christmas could come true this year, although the snow might arrive a day early.
"Most of Utah is already white," said Larry Dunn, head of the National Weather Service's Salt Lake City office Wednesday, referring to storms earlier in the week that blanketed much of the state. "There is only a tiny portion in the Salt Lake Valley and up to Ogden that's not white. Most of the state is white, and not much is going to melt. And there is a pretty good chance of the Salt Lake Valley getting some snow Sunday night into Monday."
Until then, travel conditions should be good through much of the state. Dunn said there is little chance of snow through Saturday.