SALT LAKE CITY — It seems winter isn’t through with Northern Utah quite yet.
A winter weather advisory has been issued for the Wasatch Mountains starting 6 a.m. Thursday and lasting until noon Friday, according to the National Weather Service of Salt Lake City. The mountains could see anywhere from 5-10 inches of snow accumulate.
Road Weather Alert: A strong cold front will move through Utah Thu into Fri, bringing areas of mtn rd snow/valley slush and gusty crosswinds. For more info see: https://t.co/rsT9lYglYq @UtahTrucking @TravelWiseUtah #utwx #utsnow #utwind pic.twitter.com/gg6nURf2zO— UDOT Traffic (@UDOTTRAFFIC) April 11, 2018
“Plan on occasional winter driving conditions on high elevation roadways. Be prepared for reduced visibilities at times. Blowing and drifting of snow may occur in strong winds,” the weather service said in its advisory.
But the mountains are not the only place that’ll see snow and cold temperatures in the next two days, however.
A strong cold front will bring snow levels to the valley floors along the Interstate 15 corridor to the Idaho border. Temperatures will drop to a low of 31 Thursday night in Ogden, according to the weather service forecast and about an inch of snow could accumulate.
Low temperatures will continue Friday, with a high of 47 degrees and a low of 30 degrees. Sunny skies and high temperatures are expected to return by Saturday.