Road conditions weren't so great for the last Monday of the year. Many Utah drivers slid across highways causing plenty of accidents. The main reasons for the accidents were speed and snow.
More snow is dumping down in the mountains and that could only mean one thing: People are flooding them to go snowboarding and skiing. Most resorts have seen 11 inches or more in the last 24-48 hours.
It's the latest campaign that the state has launched to find 'The Greatest Snow on Earth.'
For warmer climate ski areas, like those around Sochi, fake snow making is serious business.
The Utah Highway Patrol responded to dozens of accidents across Utah and Salt Lake counties Wednesday morning.
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) - Salt Lake City International Airport officials announced Thursday morning that they are suspending all operations temporarily due to the weather.
A severe storm caused problems all over Salt Lake valley Thursday. Thousands of homes were without power and many schools had a delayed start or were canceled altogether. The morning commute saw slide offs and accidents from freezing rain and snow with delays on all the major highways.
ST. GEORGE, Utah (ABC 4) -- A bus full of about 50 Desert Hills High School students on their way back from a cross country track meet in California became stranded overnight after icy conditions on Interstate 15 along Arizona's Virgin River Gorge caused the highway to shut down Saturday night.
ST. GEORGE (ABC 4 Utah) -- Interstate 15 between St. George and Mesquite, Nevada was closed Sunday morning after the region was hit by a heavy snowstorm the day before.
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 News) – The snow storm that was anticipated to hit Friday didn’t bring as much bad weather as expected.