Snow arrives in St. George, Zion National Park amid winter storm

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Another storm moved into Utah Sunday evening, and more snow is expected in south-central Utah Monday.

A strong cold front went across the area during the evening, and as temperatures dropped, snow hit areas of Utah's northern valleys.

The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City said Monday that snow will continue in some areas Monday, including St. George.

Zion National Park posted a photo showing snow in the park Monday morning, saying Scenic Drive has accumulations of up to an inch with more at the East Entrance.

The greatest accumulations for Monday are expected across south-central Utah with lesser amounts possible in northern Utah valleys.

UDOT took to Twitter Sunday to warn drivers that roads could be slick, especially Sunday night.

Winter weather advisories are in effect until 9 a.m. Monday in some Northern Utah counties.

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