Schools In Dugway To Start 2 Hours Late Wednesday Due To Snowstorm Moving In – Gephardt Daily

Map: NWS Salt Lake City

DUGWAY, Utah, Dec. 14, 2021 (Gephardt Daily) — Schools in Dugway will start two hours late Wednesday due to a snowstorm moving into the state Tuesday night.

“DUGWAY SCHOOLS ONLY — Students/staff at Dugway Schools will be on a two-hour delayed start Wednesday, Dec. 15, due to weather conditions,” said a tweet from Tooele School District. “All other schools in TCSD are expected to be on a normal schedule.”

A tweet from the National Weather Service Salt Lake City at 5 p.m. says: “Updated winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories are up: Warning starts for the mountains at 5 p.m. and valleys along the Wasatch Front, with the addition of Tooele and Cache, are included after 8 p.m. tonight. Advisory for all other shaded valleys after 8 p.m.”

In the valleys, up to five inches of snow is expected, while the benches could see up to eight inches. Mountain locations could see one to two feet of snow.

Gephardt Daily will have more on this developing story as information is made available.