UTAH -- Large parts of Utah could see adverse road conditions as a cold front approaches the state, bringing snow and slush Sunday afternoon and evening.
UDOT said on its website Saturday that the cold front could push in through the northwest, then push through Northern Utah.
"This cold front looks to bring a period of moderate to heavy snow as the front pushes south, with lingering mountain snow showers behind it," UDOT said.
The storm could bring widespread snow or slush for the I-15 corridor and the Wasatch Mountains.
UDOT said the following roads could be impacted by winter weather conditions:
- I-15, Idaho to Cedar City
- I-84, Entire route
- I-80, Entire route
- I-70, I-15 junction to Fremont Junction
- US-6, NV border to Price
- US-40, Mainly from I-80 to Duchesne
- US-50, Entire route
- US-89, Entire route
- US-191, North of Vernal, Indian Canyon Summit, Moab to AZ border
- SR-20, Summit
- SR-14, Summit
- SR-143, Over Brian Head
- SR-190 Big Cottonwood Canyon, Entire Route
- SR-210 Little Cottonwood Canyon, Entire Route
The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City posted a Facebook live video about the cold front:
An image of areas of the state that could be most affected by the storm Sunday was released by UDOT on the agency's Twitter page: