LIBERTY -- It just keeps snowing. And the storms pounding northern Utah have a bulls-eye on a small town in the Ogden Valley.
Liberty has received 38 inches in the past two days.
Residents along Utah's Wasatch Front are feeling shovel fatigue after the third storm in four days.
The snow has been falling almost nonstop since Sunday, and unevenly. Some places are getting just a few inches a day; Alpine in Utah County got 18 inches Tuesday.
The National Weather Service says the storms are winding down, but lingering snow will last through into Wednesday night.