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Kylie Bearse's Pinpoint Forecast Friday

After Friday brought some very bad air to parts of the Wasatch Front - we're finally seeing a little hope. A dry cold front is expected to move through Utah Saturday. Winds won't be extreme, but enough to significantly weaken the inversion trapping pollution along the Wasatch Front. Temperatures will drop a few degrees, but stay right around freezing in the Wasatch Front. There's a slight chance for a few snow showers on Christmas Eve and lingering in the mountains into Wednesday. After the New Year, another inversion will set up in the valleys.
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