Road Weather Alerts

UTAH DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

TRAFFIC OPERATIONS CENTER

 Road Weather Alert


Updated: Saturday, May 23, 2015

High Mountain Road Snow/Slush Saturday through Sunday Morning


Updated: 9:20 A.M. Saturday
Most higher mountain routes will run just wet through the remainder of this afternoon, but the highest summits on routes like SR-150/153/143/14 will see more frequent periods of slush this afternoon.  Later this evening the focus of mountain road snow/slush concerns will focus over the higher summits east of I-15 between Beaver and Cedar City.  

Impacted Summits for Northern Utah:
The following routes will see the threat for a few periods of road slush this afternoon/evening along with some patchy ice tonight through Sunday morning. 
1.)  SR-39 over Monte Cristo Summit (between Huntsville and Woodruff)
2.)  SR-150 over Bald Mountain Pass (the Mirror Lake Highway east of Kamas) Note: this summit will see the most road snow in northern Utah over the holiday weekend.
3.)  SR-35 over Wolf Creek Pass (between Francis and Hanna)
4.)  US-191 over Indian Canyon Summit (between Duchesne and Price)
5.)  SR-31 Summit (between Fairview and Huntington)

 Impacted Summits for Southern Utah:
The following summit will see a few periods of road slush this afternoon, with increasing impacts this evening and lasting through early Sunday morning. 
1.)  SR-72 over Hogan Summit (between Fremont Junction and Loa)
2.)  SR-25 near Fish Lake (north of Loa)
3.)  SR-153 Summit (between Beaver and Junction)
4.)  SR-143 Summit (between Parowan and Panguitch)
5.)  SR-14 Summit (between Cedar City and Highway 89)
6.)  SR-12 over Boulder Summit (between Boulder and Torrey)


**This document is intended to be a forecast of statewide storm impacts. For updated roadway conditions & restrictions, please visit:  http://www.udottraffic.utah.gov/RoadWeatherForecast.aspx**
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