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A TOUCH OF FALL IS IN AIR AS MOUNTAINS GET SNOW

A touch of fall is in the air. Snow fell Wednesday to as low as about 8,000 feet along the Wasatch Mountains and probably the Uintas, said William J. Alder, meteorologist in charge of the Salt Lake office of the National Weather Service.

A storm that moved across Utah Wednesday left a little snow at higher elevations; a number of valley areas received rain.The temperature rose to only 69 degrees at the Salt Lake International Airport Wednesday and dropped to 48 Thursday morning. The 69 was the coolest high since May 20.