Winter storm makes treacherous travel conditions on Thanksgiving

SALT LAKE CITY — A winter storm is continuing to dump several inches of snow on roads all over the Wasatch Front, causing dangerous conditions for drivers on Thanksgiving Day.

A Utah Highway Patrol spokesman said snow is affecting roads all over northern Utah, and the worst road conditions are in Box Elder and Cache counties. There is more snow than plows can handle in some areas.

"Box Elder County is currently inundated with snow and the roads are exceptionally treacherous. Please allow road crews and law enforcement a few hours to make things safe before heading out for the day," a tweet from UHP said.

The National Weather Service's winter storm warnings remain in effect for most of the state.

Click here to check the winter storm watches and warnings in your area.

The northern Wasatch Front received heavy snowfall overnight, and the storm will move south and east as the day progresses.

For the time period between 5 a.m. Thursday and 11 a.m. Saturday, the National Weather Service has forecast another five inches of snow for the Ogden and Salt Lake City areas, six inches for Logan, three inches for Provo, eight inches for Cedar City and 15 inches for Park City.

See the gallery below for further snowfall forecasts.

Track the Winter Storm in real-time by downloading the free FOX 13 News app for iPhone and Android.

Notice: you are using an outdated browser. Microsoft does not recommend using IE as your default browser. Some features on this website, like video and images, might not work properly. For the best experience, please upgrade your browser.