Major Winter Storm Predicted in Southern Utah
ST. GEORGE - A winter storm will be pushing into the southern portion of the state starting Wednesday night.
In St. George a recent storm that dropped 3.8“ of snow this week. The last time that happened was 1997. This next storm is going to deliver even more to southern and central Utah.
The Southern Utah storm will greatly impact travel and many locations that don’t typically see snow will see plenty of it. This is a multi-day event—-the winter storm warning goes into effect at 5 p.m. Wednesday and will stay in effect until 9 a.m. Friday.
The heaviest snow expected Wednesday evening through early Thursday morning.
HOW MUCH SNOW IS EXPECTED?
- St. George 3-7"
- Valleys above 4,000 ft: 6-12"
- Mountains: 12-24"
- Cedar City: 6-9"
- Lake Powell: 4-8"
- SE Utah Valleys: 5-10"
- Blanding/Monticello: 10-20"
- I-70 Corridor: 7-14"
Story by Alana Brophy with our News Partners at ABC 4 News.