Tuesday, 23 November 2010

ksl weather

ksl weather

Utah should prepare for blizzards today it's been reported by ksl, and just in time for one of the most eventful travel days of the year. The most current prediction from the national weather service says that a storm front will hit Ogden between 4:30pm and 5:00pm and then appear in Salt lake City between 5:30pm and 6:00pm and high winds may emerge even before the front occurs.

Meteorologists say the 3 to 6 inches of snow anticipated in the valleys is not the problem -- it's the combination of snow, extreme cold and possibly damaging winds. Glen Merrill, a National Weather Service meteorologist in Salt Lake, said, "This will far surpass anything that we've seen, probably for the last several years." The storm will begin in the north, move south and could affect most of the state. It should end by noon Wednesday.

So if you or anybody you know are in those areas at these times help take precautions against anything hazardous happening for you.

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