Heavier-than-expected snowfall covered much of Utah Saturday as a storm system struck the region.
Northern Utahns awoke to a blanket of white up to 6.5 inches deep along the Wasatch Front's valley and bench locales, respectively, while mountain totals for new snow were about 4 inches, according to the National Weather Service in Salt Lake City.
Salt Lake City International Airport recorded 3.9 inches of snow. Parts of Davis County picked up the most snowfall, however, with West Bountiful recording 6.5 inches; Centerville, picking up 6 inches; and Farmington showing 5.7 inches. For skiers, Alta reported that 4.3 inches of new powder fell; Snowbird, 4 inches; and Big Cottonwood Spruces, Solitude and Park City, 1.5 inches.