A snow storm had already dumped several inches of the cold white stuff across northern Utah on Wednesday night, but weather experts predicted more could still be on the way.
From Logan running south through Ogden, Salt Lake City, Park City, Provo and Nephi and extending into eastern Tooele County and central Utah's Price, the National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning that was expected to continue into mid-day Friday.
By no later than 8 p.m. Wednesday and with snow still falling in many places the weather service reported most parts of the Salt Lake Valley had already picked up 3-5 inches of snow. Sandy had picked up 6 inches; Draper and Upper Millcreek areas, 4; and the Park City area 6.5 inches. As of 9:20 p.m., Salt Lake City had officially picked up 4 inches of new snow, the weather service reported. Brighton Crest and Deer Valley had each reported 4 inches of fresh powder.