BZ Best Photos January 06-5

Snow falls on 24th Street in Central Ogden on Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2016. Multiple winter storms hit the Northern Wasatch region that January.

Don’t let the warm weather fool you. A cold blast of snow is on its way.

A winter storm watch will take effect late Sunday afternoon through Tuesday morning, affecting the areas of northern and central Utah, according to National Weather Service.

Snow accumulation of 2-6 inches is expected in the northern valleys, and 10-20 inches in the mountains.

In a Facebook live video Saturday afternoon, NWS said the Ogden area should see about 4-8 inches.

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In the Northern Wasatch Front and Cache Valley, the snow will start to fall around Sunday afternoon and last through the night.

The weather will also bring some of the coldest temperatures this season, NWS said in the video.

“Those planning travel across northern and central Utah late Sunday through Monday should be prepared for winter driving conditions including snow covered roads and reduced visibilities,” NWS warned. “Strong gusty winds may result in areas of blowing and drifting snow, particularly along mountain routes.”

Andrea Harvey can be reached at aharvey@standard.net or 801-625-4213. Follow her on Twitter at @andrearharvey or “like” her Facebook page at Facebook.com/AndreaHarveyJourno.

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