Winter storm brings snow for commute

SALT LAKE CITY -- The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City has issued a winter storm warning, affecting areas of northern Utah through Tuesday morning

Snow is expected to start in northern Utah late Sunday night, and Tuesday morning in the southern portion of the state.

UDOT warned drivers Sunday afternoon that the snow could bring dangerous travel conditions for Monday's commute:

Total snow accumulations could reach 10-20 inches, with 15-25 inches in the Wasatch Mountains, the NWS said. Mid-elevation areas of Northern Utah could see winds gusting as high as 35 mph.

The storm could bring four to eight inches in areas of Utah County, Utah County Weather said in a tweet.

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