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Snow closes county government, schools
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BOUNTIFUL — Davis County offices and the Davis School District will be closed throughout the day today, Jan. 11, because of snow.

Emergency services, however, will be staffed.

The national weather service is predicting a 100 percent likelihood of snow this afternoon, and up to 7 inches of new snow.

A winter storm warning remains in effect until 6 p.m. on Jan. 12.

Tonight, temperatures could reach a los of 8 degrees Fahrenheit with a windchill temperature of -4.

Snow is also expected Saturday morning before 11 a.m. Three inches of new snow could accumulate, according to the weather service. Snow could follow that evening.

By Sunday, the storm is expected to leave but it will be even colder outside, and dirty air will return with the accompanying high pressure front and temperature inversion. Below-zero temperatures are expected overnight, and it won’t get warmer than 21 degrees between now and Thursday.

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