OGDEN -- Monday may have been April Fools' Day, but the weather was no joke.
Commuters are advised to drive carefully this morning, especially in areas where overnight snow may be causing slushy road conditions in mountain passes above 7,000 feet.
Some cities in the northern Wasatch Front reported among the highest rain totals in the state Monday.
Leading off was Roy with 0.64 inches Monday.
Ogden-Hinckley Airport reported 0.59 inches.
A station along the Weber River near Morgan reported 0.42 inches.
Harrisville and Powder Mountain each reported 0.41 inches.
At 4,285 feet, Ogden reported 0.39 inches.
Stations in Fruit Heights, Brigham City, Hill Air Force Base, Layton and Huntsville all reported around 0.28 inches.
Other stations in the area reported smaller totals.
Thunderstorms brought rain and hail along the Wasatch Front, with reports of pea-size hail slamming down in Kaysville, said Dan Brown, meteorological technician with the National Weather Service.
The slow-moving low-pressure system across the state was expected to continue to bring rain and hailstorms through Monday night, with the storms tapering off sometime this morning, said Mike Seamons, forecaster with the National Weather Service.
"The showers will be short-lived, with temperatures approaching 70 degrees by Wednesday," Seamons said.
On Thursday, sunshine is in the forecast, with temperatures in the low to mid-70s, Seamons said.
Dispatchers in Davis and Weber counties said Monday's storms did not cause any serious traffic problems.