Great lake effect is set to deliver another round of snow Monday evening for some along the Wasatch Front.
After a powerful winter storm piled up snow from Logan to Cedar City, most places will see the storm move east and snow start to wind down Monday evening. However, with the much colder air settling in, this will allow for the Great Salt Lake to ramp up the lake effect snow for portions of the Wasatch Front through Tuesday morning.
As much colder air blows over the warmer waters of the Great Salt Lake, the development of lake effect snow bands will create travel headaches from northern Utah County to Weber County overnight and through the morning commute as roads are likely to be snow covered.
The heaviest zone for snow looks to be from Bountiful to Draper as additional snow accumulations are expected so be prepared for winter driving conditions for your commute.
By Tuesday afternoon, temperatures are likely to be the coldest of the season but any snow will have come to an end.
Allow for extra time for your commute Tuesday morning in these areas and stay up to date with your latest pinpoint forecasts on-air or online at good4utah.com/weather.
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