SALT LAKE CITY (December 18, 2012)--A snowstorm was moving through the Rocky Mountain region Tuesday, as many were getting ready to begin their holiday travels.
The National Weather Service predicted 3 to 8 inches of snow in southern Utah and northern Arizona on Tuesday and Wednesday, and 6 to 8 inches of snow in some parts of Colorado.
Mountains in the three states will get more snow.
The storm could cause travel delays on major highways in Arizona, Utah, and Colorado.
National Weather Service meteorologist Mike Hudson said eastern Colorado will also have high winds that could cause blizzard conditions and zero visibility.
Hudson said delays at Denver International Airport are possible starting Tuesday afternoon.
The Salt Lake City International Airport is not expecting delays.
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