Winds, heavy snow hitting Utah Sunday night


    Blowing snow and slowed traffic on I-84 near Rattlesnake Pass. (Photo: "Army Mike")

    (UPDATE 2/10/19 6:45 p.m.) -- Heavy snow and strong winds are hitting Utah right now.

    Below you can see videos of the snow.



    The heaviest band of snow will fall between 5 p.m. and 10 p.m.

    "Expect a heavy burst of snow for three to four hours," 2News meteorologist Lindsay Storrs says. "Snow will accumulate on the roads quickly, so give yourself extra time when you travel."

    (KUTV) -- A strong snow storm is hitting into Utah late Sunday afternoon.

    The heaviest band of snow will fall between 5 p.m. and 10 p.m.

    "Expect a heavy burst of snow for three to four hours," 2News meteorologist Lindsay Storrs says. "Snow will accumulate on the roads quickly, so give yourself extra time when you travel."

    The strong winds will continue ahead of the storm until the evening hours.

    Western Utah will get hit harder than eastern Utah, but most of the state should expect snow.

    Snow accumulations in the valleys will be anywhere from two to six inches with higher amounts depending on the locations.

    Mountains will get more than a foot of snow, easily, according to 2News meteorologists.

    If UDOT gets the roads clear the Monday morning commute should not be affected.

    It will be mostly cloudy and cold by Monday.

    Click here for the most up-to-date forecast.


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