Light snow causes slick commute


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DAVIS COUNTY -- A storm delivered enough snow to stick to roads and make slippery conditions in parts of Northern Utah Monday morning.

The snowfall was light but led to "deceptively slick" driving conditions, according to KSL's Randall Jeppesen. Multiple slide-offs were reported in Davis and Weber counties, and the east part of Salt Lake County.

Snow-related delays were reported along parts of I-15.

Snow was expected to move through the Wasatch Front by 2 p.m. and then taper off.

Get traffic updates on KSL Newsradio 102.7 FM/1160 AM. Check commute times on the ksl.com home page, and get the weather forecast here.

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