What to expect from the last winter storm

Another winter storm is bringing snow to parts of Utah Friday night and Saturday.

The mountainous areas of northern Utah, including the Cottonwood Canyons, could see 9 to 18 inches of snow through Saturday.

The northern mountain valleys are expected to see 2 to 8 inches, with 6 to 8 inches on the northern banks.

The Wasatch Front can expect 1 to 4 inches of snow, including the I-15 corridor.

The central valleys of Utah can see up to an inch.

The National Weather Service advises drivers to plan for slippery road conditions, especially on Saturday morning. They say the roads can be particularly slippery along bank routes, including US-89 between Farmington and Weber Canyon.

Winter weather advisories are in effect for various regions of the state beginning Friday night, with some lasting through Saturday. Click here to check for signs in your area.

There is also the possibility of lake-enhanced snow forming along the north Wasatch Front on Saturday morning. Watch Good Day Utah for the latest weather on Saturday morning.

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On Friday night, parts of Utah saw a blizzard, a short-lived but extremely intense period of snow. They typically last an hour or less and can create dangerous conditions very quickly. They can pose a hazard to drivers, as rapidly dropping temperatures created icy roads, and the combination of snow and wind creates bleaching conditions.

The blizzard warning, a new category from the National Weather Service, has expired. Experts advise never to drive when there is one in place.

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