A large snowstorm hit much of Utah Sunday night, prompting winter travel conditions throughout the state.
Winter weather advisories were in effect throughout many counties in Utah and were expected to last until Monday at 4 a.m.
As of 9 p.m. in Northern Utah, Logan and Sandy received six inches of snow from the storm. The Avenues neighborhood in Salt Lake City received three inches of snow, and the Salt Lake City International Airport reported that two inches had fallen, with more on the way.
The snow was expected to continue to fall, with the cold front moving further south along the I-15 corridor towards Southern Utah. Snow in Northern Utah was expected to continue to fall until early Monday.
Road closures near Logan were reported as a result of the storm, and residents were urged not to drive:
Westbound I-80 closed just west of US-40 at 7:28 p.m., UDOT said in a tweet. UDOT also advised semi drivers to use chains on I-15 between Draper and Lehi.
Drivers in Little Cottonwood Canyon experienced slow-going due to blizzard conditions: