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Spring snowstorm blows into northern Utah

Spring snowstorm blows into northern Utah



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Nicole Gonzales reporting The calendar says it is spring, but outside this morning it looks more like winter.

A cold front brought colder temperatures and snow to many areas of the Wasatch Front overnight. The snow is sticking to lawns, but generally not to the interstates.

Law enforcement reports no major accidents on the wet roads, with the exception of I-84 headed to Idaho.

The Utah Department of Transportation(UDOT) reports a jackknifed semi is blocking the eastbound lanes at mile post 17. A few rollovers also are reported in that area. The accident was cleared by 10:30 a.m.

Temperatures hovered around freezing, and wind is making it feel even colder outside. Afternoon temperatures should be about 20 degrees colder than they were yesterday.

About an inch of snow has fallen in the Bountiful area so far this morning. This morning's scattered snow showers may return this afternoon.

E-mail: ngonzales @ksl.com

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