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(KSL News) The state's homeless shelters are seeing an early influx of families needing places to sleep.
Officials at the Road Home Shelter say they normally house about 15 families a night during November, but this year as many as 25 have sought places to stay.
The shelter opened its doors on Nov. 1.
Shelter officials said the number of single adults needing housing has remained at levels normal for this time of year.