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Last updated: Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Road Weather Alert

Statewide Spring Storm

Forecast Period: 12pm Tuesday - 6pm Wednesday

Text Updated: 12:00 PM Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Ongoing snow/showers continue across parts of Southern Utah this afternoon with areas of road snow and slush. Widespread snow is expected after dusk across the entire state with significant road impacts across Southern Utah as well as Northern Utah mountains and canyons.

Snow ends through the early morning hours across most of Southern Utah but continues all day across Northern Utah with rain mixing in for valley routes midday. Overall, the Wasatch Front will see minimal road snow over the next 24 hours with a significant amount of snow expected across most Northern Utah mountain routes.  


More rounds of snow and lower valley rain is expected across the state Wednesday night and all the way through the weekend. Additional Road Weather Alerts are anticipated. 

Motorists are advised to use caution and TravelWise. Motorists using canyon and mountain routes should be aware Traction Laws may be enforced.

The following routes will experience weather-related travel concerns during the forecast period: 

-I-15, ID Border to Brigham City; Payson to Blackridge

-I-80, Parley’s Canyon to Wyoming Border

-I-84, Tremonton to ID border; Weber Canyon to I-80 Jct.

-US-6, Thistle4 to Colton

-US-40, I-80 Jct to Colorado Border

-US-89, Idaho Border to Brigham City; US-6 Jct to Kanab

-US-189, Provo Canyon (Entire Route)

-US-191, Wyoming Border to Helper via Uinta Basin, La Sal Jct. to Monticello

-SR-190, Big Cottonwood Canyon (Entire Route)

-SR-210, Little Cottonwood Canyon (Entire Route)


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