Winter storm warnings, climate advisories in impact for elements of Utah

SALT CITY – The National Weather Service has issued cold weather warnings and winter advice that will apply to parts of Utah on Friday afternoon.

Check for weather alerts by your region.

Hurricane Warnings
Fifth storm warnings are available in the districts of Box Elder, Duchesne, Juab and Morgan from 3 a.m. Friday to 4 p.m. Saturday.

Snow is expected, with snow covering 12 to 20 inches, and snow falls in some areas. Hurricanes can reach 50 mph.

The warning applies to the western Uinta Mountains and the Wasatch Mountains.

According to the NWS, walking can be extremely difficult because snow makes people less attractive. Travelers are encouraged to take their flashlight, food, and extra water with them in case of an emergency.

Winter Weather Recommendations
Winter technology works in Cache, Carbon and Emery counties from Friday afternoon to 4 p.m. Saturday.

A spate of two to five inches of snow is expected in the Cache Valley, and a snowfall of five to 10 inches is expected at Wasatch Plateau, Book Cliffs and Central Mountain.

Snow can interfere with movement because of poor visibility. Drivers are encouraged to slow down a bit and be careful while driving.

Go to udot.utah.gov to see what the roads are like.

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