Another winter storm blows snow into parts of Utah on Friday night and Saturday.
Throughout Saturday, the mountains of northern Utah, including Cottonwood Canyons, may see 9-18 inches of snow.
The northern valley is expected to see 2-8 inches, and the northern benches will have 6-8 inches.
It may snow 1-4 inches on the Wasatch Front, including the I-15 corridor.
The valley in central Utah may be as high as an inch.
The National Weather Service recommends that drivers plan on slippery road conditions, especially on Saturday mornings. They said that along the bench route, including US-89 between Farmington and Webb Canyon, the road may be particularly slippery.
As of Friday night, the winter weather forecast has been in effect in many areas across the state, and some areas last until Saturday. click here Check the recommendations in your area.
On Saturday morning, the northern Wasatch front line may also see lakes with increased snow. Please watch Good Day in Utah for the latest weather on Saturday morning.
On Friday evening, there was a blizzard in some areas of Utah-a brief but intense period of snowfall. They usually last an hour or less and can quickly cause dangerous situations. They can be dangerous to the driver because the rapidly falling temperature can form icy roads, and the combination of snow and wind can lead to full-air driving.
Since then, the “snow warning” (a new category of the National Weather Service) has expired. Experts warn that once someone is in place, do not drive.