Snow is on the way for the Wasatch Mountains this week, bringing increased avalanche danger along with it.
The dense fog that settled over Northern Utah on Sunday will last into Monday morning, according to the National Weather Service of Salt Lake City.
The National Weather Service of Salt Lake City issued a Winter Weather Advisory today at 12:14 p.m. that affects the Utah portion of Cache Valley, including Logan Smithfield cities, until 4 p.m. today.
The dry and fluffy Utah snow is at stake, as an analysis found winter has shrunken by two months in the past 100 years in Northern Utah, along with decreasing snowfall.
An avalanche warning for the Wasatch Mountains near Ogden and the Bear River Range is still in effect until early Wednesday morning.
The area, site of Kayak Park and adjacent to the proposed Trackline business development, suffered heavy damage in 2011 flooding.
Avalanche danger will be high in the Wasatch Mountains on Christmas Day as another storm threatens to bring several more inches of snow to Northern Utah.
Northern Utahns awoke to a few inches of wet snow on Saturday and they can expect a similar storm for Christmas morning.
Weber, Davis and Box Elder counties, as well as much of the Wasatch mountain range, will be under a Winter Weather Advisory from noon to 10 p.m. Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service of Salt Lake City.