SALT LAKE CITY — A fast-moving storm is expected to bring small accumulations of snow to northern Utah Friday.
The Utah Department of Transportation reports a road closure is in effect along SR-143 between mileposts 18 and 28 in Iron and Garfield Counties. The closure is expected to last through Monday.
Logan-Cache 9-1-1 dispatch reports winter driving conditions are present along U.S. 89/91 in the Sardine Canyon area and U.S. 89 in Logan Canyon.
NWS Salt Lake City reports winter driving conditions are possible in the valleys and likely in the mountains.
RELATED: More snow is on the way!
❄️ More snow is expected Friday. Valley accumulation will mostly be less than 1". The left graphic is the percent chance of 1" of snow or more.— NWS Salt Lake City (@NWSSaltLakeCity) February 18, 2021
Mountain accumulation up to 4" is expected, with locally higher amounts. The right graphic is expected accumulation. ❄️ #utwx #wywx pic.twitter.com/293bPEExne
"Valley accumulation will mostly be less than 1"," a tweet from the National Weather Service's Salt Lake City office says. "Mountain accumulation up to 4" is expected, with locally higher amounts."
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