Big Snow At Ski Resorts, Freezing Rain In Valleys
Freezing rain and snow caused travel problems in northern Utah today while dumping new powder at our ski resorts.
Salt Lake International Airport was closed for a time and some flights were canceled or delayed. It is now open.
Power remains out in many neighborhoods in northern Utah.
Antelope Island State Park was closed today and will probably be closed tomorrow morning Call head if you would like to visit there.
This is the Place Heritage Park canceled activities this evening.
The Salt Lake airport received 6.7 inches of snow (as of 5 pm, with more falling). That is a new record for this date.
All of our ski resorts report new snow, with some receiving a big dump.
More snow is expected tonight and then it should let up tomorrow. Another storm is expected to move in Saturday. Watch the KSL.com weather report to stay up to date on weather around Utah.
KSL.com also has this report on today's storm and this feature on staying safe while engaging in backcountry recreation.
Canyons Resort posted this fun photo on Twitter.