Foggy weather conditions
Dec 11, 2017, 11:37 AM
Monday morning’s commute got pretty bad with the fog. It was cold enough that some areas had snow grains drifting across the roads; other areas had thick fog.
Day 6: Inversion conditions persist throughout N. Utah. This morning it was cold enough to suspend tiny water droplets in the atmosphere creating proper fog on top of the PM2.5 in the air. Conditions will continue for the the next week, at least. #ActNow4CleanAir pic.twitter.com/Ftn9YYCfKl
— Utah DEQ (@UtahDEQ) December 11, 2017
It kept the KSL Traffic Center busy with all the slide-offs, crashes and slowdowns.
Fog and snow causing white out conditions on I-80. This is at the I-215 Interchange by the airport where a rollover crash is blocking right lane and shoulder heading west. pic.twitter.com/eQfpbxPHHb
— Heather Kelly (@KSLHeatherKelly) December 11, 2017
The National Weather Service of Salt Lake City, and KSL Meteorologist Grant Weyman say there doesn’t seem to be any chance of the inversion clearing for a week or two.
There are definitely some slick spots out there. Some locations have had snow grains falling out of the fog/stratus. In addition, moisture from the fog can freeze on colder surfaces. #utwx https://t.co/FsBIN8Mun7
— NWS Salt Lake City (@NWSSaltLakeCity) December 11, 2017
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