The past few days in Cache Valley have seen an on-again, off-again pattern of snow flurries that have kept a constant dusting of snow coming, but that pattern should stop Sunday morning, if only temporarily.A winter weather advisory is in place for the Cache Valley Saturday, with the National Weather Service calling for snow showers likely in the morning, mainly before 11 a.m., with accumulation of less then an inch of snow expected. For the evening, there’s a 20-percent chance of additional snow showers.Sunday and Monday, however, are forecast to be mostly cloudy and partly sunny respectively, giving a temporary break from the past few days of light snow. Snow re-enters the forecast Monday night through Wednesday, however. Temperaturewise, the forecast weather pattern should keep the temperatures from getting too cold, or at least as cold as the valley has seen in recent weeks. Highs into the next week are forecast to remain around 30 degrees, and overnight lows will be in the low teens.
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