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Video: Cars Struggle Along Utah Road as Winter Storm Hits
November 29, 2022
Lone Peak Fire District in Highland, Utah, warned residents to stay at home as a winter storm hit on Monday, November 28.
Footage shared by the fire district shows snow blowing across a road in the area as cars roll slowly along.
The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City warned that the northern valley and mountains around the state capital would be hit by a winter storm bringing significant accumulating snow to the area on Monday and Tuesday.
The Lone Peak Fire District wrote: “If you haven’t made it to the store for all the bread, milk, eggs, cheese and green jello packets it’s too late. Stay home or if you aren’t home, drive careful.”
Credit: Lone Peak Fire District via Storyful
Story Image: Cars are seen trying to navigate blowing snow in Highland, Utah. (Courtesy Lone Peak Fire District via Storyful)