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(Salt Lake City-AP) -- January is usually Utah's snowiest month. But on the final day of January, 2003, it sure doesn't look like it.
Salt Lake City's weather station has recorded just a trace of snow in January. Until now, 1961 had been the January with the least snow. About a tenth of an inch fell that year.
By tomorrow -- the first day of February -- things could change.
Weather forecasters see a storm moving in along with cooler weather. Chance of snow is 60 percent for Saturday night.
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