Utahns are off to a wet and slick holiday Monday morning, with a winter storm dumping snow across the Wasatch Front.
Much of Weber and Davis counties are in a Winter Storm Warning or Winter Weather Advisory, according to the National Weather Service. Heavy snow is expected, with accumulations of 4 to 8 inches and gusts of wind until 9 p.m. Monday.
Due to the weather conditions, officials have urged residents to allow extra time for driving. Road conditions on Interstate 15 from Weber County to Farmington are described as slushy, as of 8:15 a.m.
UDOT is updating motorists on the morning's commute at udottraffic.utah.gov. Prior to 8:30 a.m., UDOT has noted only three crashes in Weber County, one on southbound I-15 at milepost 343, a crash on eastbound I-84 in South Weber and another eastbound on S.R. 39 on Harrison Boulevard.
Both directions of State Road 158 to Power Mountain Ski Resort require chains or four-wheel drive on all vehicles until further notice. Powder Mountain reported it received 6 inches of snow overnight, with 15 more inches of snow expected on Monday.
For those who do not have chains or four-wheel drive, UTA shuttles are recommended.