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Winter Storm Warning
Statement as of 9:02 PM MST on March 02, 2015
... Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until 4 PM MST
* affected area... the southern mountains of Utah.
* Snow accumulations... storm total snow accumulation of 1 to 2
feet with local amounts around 3 feet possible.
* Timing... periods of snow this evening will diminish for a time
overnight before becoming heavy once again by Tuesday afternoon.
Snow will tapering off Tuesday evening.
* Impacts... winter driving conditions including snow packed
roads and greatly reduced visibility can be expected on area
roadways at times through Tuesday.
A Winter Storm Warning for heavy snow means that significant
accumulations of snow are expected or occurring. Driving
conditions may be hazardous. Use caution. Keep a winter storm
survival kit in your vehicle in case of an emergency.
For winter Road conditions from the Utah Department of
http://www.Udottraffic.Utah.Gov/roadweatherforecast.Aspx or dial
Statement as of 7:54 AM MST on March 02, 2015
The following message is transmitted at the request of the
Forest service Utah avalanche center.
This avalanche warning is for the mountains of southwest Utah.
Heavy snow is causing a high avalanche danger, which should
continue through Tuesday. Backcountry travelers should avoid
slopes steeper than 30 degrees and stay out from underneath steep
This warning does not include ski areas or highways where
avalanche control is normally done.
For more information visit www.Avalanche.Org
or call 1-888-999-4019.