Dispatchers along the Wasatch Front kept busy Wednesday morning as a snow storm hit just in time for the commute.
Weber County dispatchers reported they had more than 10 fender-benders or vehicles sliding off the road since 6 a.m., with most of the accidents occurring on the auxiliary streets.
Box Elder dispatchers said the roads were "very slick and very bad," but no injuries were reported.
Davis County dispatchers also said the commute was not too bad.
Utah Highway Patrol Trooper Todd Johnson said highway patrol troopers responded on Wednesday morning to nine accidents on Interstate 15 in Weber County, 16 accidents in Davis County, 23 accidents in Salt Lake County and 26 accidents in Utah County.
Mike Seaman, forecaster with the National Weather Service in Salt Lake city, said the storm, which started Tuesday night, will continue dumping snow along the Wasatch Front until early Friday morning.
"It's going to be drawn out and add a few more inches before it is done," Seaman said.
Friday morning the storm should move out and the weather will clear up for the weekend, he said.
The valley will accumulate three to seven inches of snow, while the bench areas along the Wasatch Front will see about a one foot, he said.
The ski resorts will get between one to two feet of fresh powder.
The highs will hover around 32 degrees and the temperatures will drop into the low 20s overnight.
"At times we will see snow on the road ways, so drivers should use caution and leave a little extra time to get to their destinations," Seaman said.