SALT LAKE CITY — Don’t get too used to the warm fall weather — another cold snap is on the way for Northern Utah, bringing a chance of snow at higher elevations with it. 

Though high temperatures in Ogden will remain in the 60s and 70s through Wednesday, the lows will start to dip into the low-40s by Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service of Salt Lake City’s forecast. Rain is also in the forecast for Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. 

“A colder storm is forecast to move into the outlook area on Thursday and linger through the weekend,” the NWS said Monday in its hazardous weather outlook statement.  

Thursday’s low is 39 degrees, while Friday’s will be 38 degrees. 

Significant snowfall is possible in the northern and central mountains above 6,000 feet of elevation, the NWS said.

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