As predicted, a massive winter storm has moved into Cache Valley packing winds, snow and dangerous conditions. Bitter cold temperatures will follow the storm. Dozens of accidents and several slide offs have been reported. The blizzard warning remains in effect until 8AM Wednesday morning. Do not travel if you don’t have to. Stay tuned to KVNU radio for the latest closures (610 AM / 102.1 FM).Here is a list of the latest on road conditions and closures:Road conditions:Sardine Canyon – chains and 4 wheel drive only.Airport Road – low visibility, icy roadway.Valley View Highway – low visibility, several accidents, icy roadwayI-84 near Tremonton – closed!Cancellations and closures:Highway 23 at Valley View Highway.Over 45 high school basketball games.CVTD buses (check back for morning start times)Salt Lake City Airport is open, but warns travelers to expect delays up to one hour on arrival/departure times due to runway conditions.Share your pictures! Submit pictures to
The National Weather Service issued a blizzard warning for Utah, where Interstate 84 and Interstate 15 were temporarily shut down in northern Utah because of windy, snowy conditions. Numerous schools, governments and businesses in Utah closed hours earlier than normal Tuesday because of the storm.Of nearly 300 flights scheduled to take off from Salt Lake City International Airport Tuesday evening, nine had been canceled and delays up to 1 hour are being reported. In Wendover, empty eastbound semitrailers on Interstate 80 are being held near the Nevada line to prevent them from tipping over in the windy salt flats.